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Thread: Protonation of Chlorine in PVC?

  1. #1 Protonation of Chlorine in PVC? 
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    Is it possible that PVC may have a weakness to Bronsted-Lowry acids as compared to other plastics, because of the ability of these acids to protonate the chlorine (because of chlorine's non-bonding electrons), therefore leading to bonding instability and vulnerability to attacks by water? Or is this totally wrong....

    Thanks for your help!

    Matt


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