A macromolecular-pendent-group N,N-dibromosulfonamide ([P]-SO2NBr2) having a macroporous styrene-divinylbenzene matrix structure has been obtained by three methods: by the action of (a) bromine in aqueous medium and (b) aqueous metal hypobromites in acidic medium, on the appropriate macromolecular-pendent-group sulfonamide, and by (c) the action of an aqueous metal bromide on the appropriate macromolecular N,N-dichlorosulfonamide. In the best case the product was obtained with nearly 100% functional yield and it contained 2.4 mmol g- 1 -SO2NBr 2 groups, i.e. ca. 0.38 g g- ~ of active bromine. The stability of the resin was investigated in the range 20-100°C in the dry state as well as in aqueous media. Thermoanalysis (thermogravimetric, differential thermogravimetric and differential thermal analysis curves) was carried out up to 1000°C and its course was interpreted. The resin has brominating, oxidative and microbiocidal properties. It reacts in a reversible way: after loss of the active bromine, it can be reactivated again.
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Synthesis and basic characterization of a macromolecular dibromoamine: N, N-d i bromo- poly(styrene-codivinylbenzene) sulfonamide / Romuald Bogoczek* and Elzbieta Kociolek-Balawejder // Polymer. – 1993. – Vol 34. – P. 2883-2888.