naphthylamine


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naphthylamine

(næfˈθɪləˌmiːn)
n
(Chemistry) one of two amines derived from naphthalene
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He said research has shown newspaper ink contains amoratic hydrocarbons and naphthylamine. 'These chemical reagents,' the Makerere don says, 'are suspected to cause lung and bladder cancer among people with long term exposure to newspaper inks.'
Kadum, "Corrosion inhibition by naphthylamine and phenylenediamine for the corrosion of copper-nickel alloy in hydrochloric acid," Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, vol.
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.
Mechanism of the direct hydrodenitrogenation of naphthylamine on sulfided NiMo/[Al.sub.2][O.sub.3], Catalysis Letters 88(3 4), June 2003: 155-162.
The reaction mixture was prepared by combining 0.5 mL extract, 1 mL 0.2% 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.
To our disappointment, no desired products were obtained when naphthylamine and anilines were employed in the present reaction system (see Supplementary Materials Figure S6).
Otutu, Synthesis of Some New Disperse Dyes Derived from N-phenyl Naphthylamine. Orient.