Desulfonation and degradation of the disulfodiphenylethercarboxylates from linear alkyldiphenyletherdisulfonate surfactants.

@article{Schleheck2003DesulfonationAD,
  title={Desulfonation and degradation of the disulfodiphenylethercarboxylates from linear alkyldiphenyletherdisulfonate surfactants.},
  author={David Schleheck and Melanie Lechner and Ren{\'e} Schoenenberger and Marc J-F Suter and Alasdair M. Cook},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={69 2},
  pages={938-44}
}
Earlier work showed that the biodegradation of a commercial linear monoalkyldiphenyletherdisulfonate surfactant as a carbon source for microbial growth leads to the quantitative formation of corresponding disulfodiphenylether carboxylates (DSDPECs), which were not degraded. alpha-Proteobacterium strain DS-1 (DSM 13023) catalyzes these reactions. These DSDPECs have now been characterized by high-pressure liquid chromatography coupled via an electrospray interface to a mass spectrometer. DSDPECs… CONTINUE READING

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