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  • noun chemistry Any of a several classes of thermoplastic polymers whose repeat units contain a sulfone

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Examples

  • A is now deeply imbedded in the products of modern consumer society, not just as the building block for polycarbonate plastic (from which it then leaches as the plastic ages) but also in the manufacture of epoxy resins and other plastics, including polysulfone, alkylphenolic, polyalylate, polyester-styrene, and certain polyester resins.

    Consumer Reports Concerned about The Chemical Bisphenol A

  • Okay, I called WS and they said the basket is polysulfone and the bowl is polypropylene.

    Babycook All-In-One Food Preparer by Beaba | Thingamababy

  • The body was glass-filled polysulfone, a very rigid plastic which could be plated with genuine copper-nickel-chromium.

    WN.com - Business News

  • The body was glass-filled polysulfone, a very rigid plastic which could be plated with genuine copper-nickel-chromium.

    WN.com - Business News

  • The body was glass-filled polysulfone, a very rigid plastic which could be plated with genuine copper-nickel-chromium.

    WN.com - Business News

  • The membrane that can withstand such force is made of polyester, polysulfone and polyamide and is held within the white steel cylinders.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

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