Definition of Toluidins
1. toluidin [n] - See also: toluidin
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toluidins
Literary usage of Toluidins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. TNT: Trinitrotoluenes and Mono- and Dinitrotoluenes, Their Manufacture and by G. Carlton Smith (1918)
"(3) A weighed amount of the mixed toluidins is dissolved in ether, ... The toluidins all form compounds with oxalic acid, and all but the para compound are ..."
2. The Medical Student's Manual of Chemistry by Rudolph August Witthaus (1893)
"dilute solution (1 : 250000), anilin gives a rose color with chlorid of lime, followed by ammonium su If hydrate. toluidins— ..."
3. Organic Chemistry: Or : Chemistry of the Carbon Compounds by Victor von Richter (1922)
"The three toluidins are isomeric with benzyl-amine C ... toluol forms o- and p-nitro-toluol, from which the industrially important toluidins are obtained. ..."
4. A Text-book of Legal Medicine and Toxicology by Walter Stanley Haines (1904)
"Most of the cases of poisoning by "anilin" have been due not to pure anilin, but to "anilin oil," a mixture of anilin and toluidins. ..."