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4] loading, led to passivation of the unselective Bronsted acid sites and to narrowing of the pores of the zeolite.
Protic ILs have the additional advantage that the proton activity can be adjusted by the choice of Bronsted base and Bronsted acid used in their formation (Byrne & Angell 2008).
These activators are based on Bronsted acids having a pKa of 2 to 6 or their salts, such as ammonium salts.
Vinyethers can undergo distinct polymerizations, such as cationic, which is unusually electron rich and forms rapidly polymerizing carbocations in the presence of initiators, such as Lewis and Bronsted acids.