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a·mi·no·phe·nol

 (ə-mē′nō-fē′nôl, -nŏl, ăm′ə-)
n.
One of three aromatic organic compounds with composition C6H7NO, used as photographic developers and dye intermediates.

aminophenol

(əˌmaɪnəʊˈfiːnɒl; -ˌmiː-)
n
(Elements & Compounds) chem any of three isomeric forms that are soluble crystalline solids, used as a dye intermediate (meta- and ortho-), in dyeing hair, fur, and textiles (ortho- and para-), and as a photographic developer (para-). Formula: C6H4NH2OH
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So far, the only yeast laccase purified was from the human pathogen Cryptococcus (Filobasidiella) neoformans; a true laccase capable of oxidation of phenols and aminophenols but not tyrosine [14] (Williamson, 1994).
Oxyphenolate complexes of niobium are insoluble in chloroform, while mixed-ligand complexes with hydrophobic amines and aminophenols easily dissolve in various organic solvents [10, 11].
Damages caused by aminophenols are related to fast oxidation of these compounds in physiological conditions to benzosemiquinoimines that are finally transformed to p-benzoquinoimines.
Aminophenols are interesting electrochemical materials (6-11) since, unlike aniline (12) and other substituted anilines (13), they present two oxidizable groups (N[H.
Gas chromatography has been used to identify oxidation dyes, including aminophenols, on human hair [12].
most phenols including phenol, chlorophenols, nitrophenols and aminophenols are characterized by toxic activity.
The method is based on the Schiff's base formation of aminophenols with 1,2-naphoquinone sulphonate (NQS) as a chromogenic reagent in the presence of micellar cityltrimethyl ammonium bromide (CTAB) and sodium carbonate.
By the electroreduction [3] of nitrophenol isomer using stationary and rotating Cu electrodes and Ti(S04)2 as additional agent, aminophenols were obtained in good yield.
One, referred to as the "primary," is exemplified by the phenylenediamines, and the other, often an aminophenol, is known as the "coupler.