aminophenol


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aminophenol

[ə‚me·nō′fē‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
A type of compound containing the NH2 and OH groups joined to the benzene ring; examples are para-aminophenol and ortho-hydroxylaniline.
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The chosen TLCP was an aromatic liquid crystalline poly(ester amide), Vectra B950 (VB) (a copolymer based on 6-hydroxy-2 naphthoic acid (60%), terephthalic acid (20%), and aminophenol (20%)) produced by Hoechst Celanese Co.
6-hydroxy-naphthoic acid (58%), terephthalic acid (21%) and aminophenol (21%).
The material employed in this study was a copolyesteramide of 6-hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid (60%), terephthalic acid (20%), and aminophenol (20%), manufactured by Hoechst Celanese and commercially known as Vectra B950 (VB).
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.
Aminophenols are interesting electrochemical materials (6-11) since, unlike aniline (12) and other substituted anilines (13), they present two oxidizable groups (N[H.
However, no studies of the electrooxidation of these DNA nitrogenated bases on graphite electrode, modified with polymeric films derived from aminophenols, were found in the open literature.
The aim of this work was to investigate the electropolymerization of aminophenols onto graphite electrodes in more acidic media, as well as the electrochemical and morphological characterization of the modified electrodes produced and the immobilization of nitrogenated bases on these electrodes.
Gas chromatography has been used to identify oxidation dyes, including aminophenols, on human hair [12].