naphthylamine


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naphthylamine

(næfˈθɪləˌmiːn)
n
(Chemistry) one of two amines derived from naphthalene
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Otutu, Synthesis of Some New Disperse Dyes Derived from N-phenyl Naphthylamine.
Aromatic amines, such as naphthylamine and polycylic aromatic hydrocarbons, occur in tobacco smoke.
Shiryaer and co-worker [5] reported N- alkylation of alpha or beta naphthylamine with meta or para C6H4(SO3Me)2, 1,3,5-C6H3(SO3Me)3, 1,5,C10H6(SO3Me)2 to obtain N, N-dimethylammoniumnaphthalene.
2% a- naphthylamine and 1 mL 4% sulfanilic acid in hydrochloric acid.
Suramin is a polysulfonated naphthylamine polyanionic compound first used in 1922 [2,11]; its mechanism of action is still not fully understood.
Several decades have passed since it was first realized that many workers involved in the production of beta naphthylamine at a major UK chemical plant eventually died of cancer of the bladder.
Naugalube([R]) 438L may also be used in combination with other alkylated diphenylamines, as well as other antioxidants such as phenyl naphthylamine and/or hindered phenolics.
During a systematic study of pharmaceutical drugs, it was found that ibuprofen reacts with a - naphthylamine and sodium nitrite to give orange color at value of 460 nm.