Synthesis of new immobilized N-chloro-sulfonamides and release of active chlorine from them

Murashevych, Bohdan and Toropin, Volodymyr and Stepanskyi, Dmytro and Maslak, Hanna and Burmistrov, Kostyantyn and Kotok, Valerii and Kovalenko, Vadym (2021) Synthesis of new immobilized N-chloro-sulfonamides and release of active chlorine from them. EUREKA: Physics and Engineering (4). pp. 3-13. ISSN 2461-4262 (Online), 2461-4254 (Print)

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A method has been developed for the synthesis of granular polymeric materials with immobilized N-chloro-sulfonamide groups. Commercially available resin polymers widely applied for the preparation of ion exchangers have been used as polymer carriers. The elaborated technological conditions make it possible to modify these resins with a high conversion degree, without deteriorating the strength characteristics, and with the possibility of regulating the concentration of active chlorine over a wide range (up to 11 % w/w). The structure of the synthesized polymers was confirmed by IR spectroscopy data. To determine the concentration of functional groups, a special method of iodometric titration has been developed. The processes of emission of active chlorine from synthesized polymers into aqueous solutions have been studied. It has been shown that this process significantly depends on the composition of the solution: no release of active chlorine into distilled water is observed, and when using tap water, its concentration is reached 5–8 mg/dm3 and remains up to 30 days when the granules are in water. The processes of activation of active chlorine emission by compounds of amine nature have been studied, the corresponding kinetic curves of the dependence between change in the concentration of active chlorine in solution and the used activator are presented. It has been found that the nature of the used activator strongly affects, among other things, the stability of the obtained chlorine-active solutions. Taurine and sulfamic acid are found to be the optimal activators for obtaining stable solutions of active chlorine of high concentration. The composition of the N-chloro-taurin solution obtained in this way has been additionally analyzed by UV spectroscopy. Thus, the synthesized polymers make it possible to quickly in situ obtain high-purity solutions of active chlorine without the use of special electrochemical equipment. The polymers themselves are compact, stable, and can be repeatedly regenerated.

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Additional Information: How to cite: Murashevych, B., Toropin, V., Stepanskyi, D., Maslak, H., Burmistrov, K., Kotok, V., Kovalenko, V. (2021). Synthesis of new immobilized n-chloro-sulfonamides and release of active chlorine from them. EUREKA: Physics and Engineering, 4, 3–13. doi:
Uncontrolled Keywords: functional polymers, immobilization, N-chloro-sulfonamides, active chlorine, resins, biocides.
Subjects: Organic Chemistry
Divisions: Departments > Department of Biochemistry and medical chemistry
Departments > Department of Microbiology, virology, immunology and epidemiology
Depositing User: Елена Шрамко
Date Deposited: 11 Aug 2021 12:39
Last Modified: 11 Aug 2021 12:39

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