Definition of Anilines

1. Noun. (plural of aniline) ¹



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Definition of Anilines

1. aniline [n] - See also: aniline

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anilines

anilido
anililagnia
anilin
anilinctus
anilinctuses
aniline
aniline blue
aniline dye
aniline fuchsin
aniline green
aniline hydroxylase
aniline mustard
aniline oil
aniline oxygenase
anilines (current term)
anilinguist
anilinguists
anilinguses
anilinism
anilinium
aniliniums
anilino naphthalenesulfonates
anilinophil
anilinophilous
anilins
anilism
anilite
anilities

Literary usage of Anilines

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1. A Textbook of Organic Chemistry by Joseph Scudder Chamberlain (1921)
"Anilides are also formed from the alkyl anilines of the secondary group but not ... SUBSTITUTED anilines, ETC. The derivatives of aromatic amines resulting ..."

2. A Text-book of materia medica, therapeutics and pharmacology by George Frank Butler (1908)
"THE anilines. A large number of very valuable analgesic antipyretics have ... In all of the anilines the skin, the digestive tract, the nervous system, ..."

3. A Treatise on Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer (1887)
"... from benzene in splendid lustrous plates, which melt at 123°—124° and rapidly give off aniline in the air.2 SECONDARY AND TERTIARY anilines. ..."

4. Problems of the Finishing Room: A Reference and Formula Manual for Furniture by Walter Karl Schmidt (1916)
"Further, because there is not a known shade that cannot be produced, and better at that, with the anilines. The few stains that are being made today solely ..."

5. Chemistry of the Carbon Compounds; Or, Organic Chemistry by Victor von Richter (1885)
"434) are at first produced when chlorine, bromine and nitric acid act upon acetanilide ; they yield mono- substituted anilines by saponification. ..."

6. A Text-book of Organic Chemistry by August Bernthsen (1891)
"... is very similar to nitroso-dimethyl- aniline in behaviour, (cf. p. 322, also B. 2O, 2471). For Aniline-sulphonic acids, see p. 375. Alkylated anilines. ..."

7. A Scheme for the detection of the more common classes of carbon compounds by Frank Edwin Weston (1912)
"(3) Nitro-anilines. (a) Yellow crys. solid. Det. mp (b) Reduction with Sn and HCl produce diamines (see IX. 3 (a)). o-Nitro-aniline, C6H4<^Q2 \L yellow ..."

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