naphthylamine

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naphthylamine

(næfˈθɪləˌmiːn)
n
(Chemistry) one of two amines derived from naphthalene
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Herein, we report a photochemical strategy for generating excited state species from naphthylamines, which does not rely upon any metal- or organic-based photoredox catalysts (Scheme 1).
In the self-sensitizations cycle, naphthylamines is converted to the excited singlet state under the sunlight irradiation.
Generation of hydrogen peroxide and superoxide anion from active metabolites of naphthylamines and aminoazo dyes: Its possible role in carcinogenesis.