aromatic amine


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aromatic amine

[¦ar·ə¦mad·ik ′am‚ēn]
(organic chemistry)
An organic compound that contains one or more amino groups joined to an aromatic structure.
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1]-NMR spectra it was clear that the reactions of succinic anhydride with only the primary aliphatic amine, with only the secondary amine, and with only the primary aromatic amine were complete.
Collectively, the studies on aromatic amine exposure, NAT2 genotype, and bladder cancer demonstrate this point.
Epoxy curing agents for use in all epoxy application arenas include aromatic amines, aliphatic and cycloaliphatic mines, ketamines, polyamides, polyamine adducts and salts, amido-amine and accelerated amines.
For this purpose, several strains of bacteria were isolated form textile wastewater and sludge and screened for efficient degradation of aromatic amine, 4- nitroaniline.
HPLC characterization studies demonstrated that an enzymatic reaction was carried out during the decolorization of the red dye 40, suggesting the formation of degradation products that were analogous to 1-naphthol and an aromatic amine.
a], for each primary and secondary aromatic amine reaction with epoxy prepolymer ranges between 55 and 72 kJ/mol [8] while etherification and homopolymerization reactions have been shown to require 97-104 kJ/mol [8, 30] and 170 kJ/mol [30], respectively.
Due to the significantly reduced monomer content and the special design of this adhesive family, the company says converters can not only reduce the risk of primary aromatic amine (PAA) formation, but also the time required for decay of primary aromatic amines.
Some women hairdressers make henna by mixing natural henna and paraphenylenediamine (PPD), an aromatic amine used in everything from hair dye to body armor.
The aromatic amine 4-aminobiphenyl generated from cigarette smoking is implicated as an etiological factor in bladder cancer development10-12.
Ingredients of Vulcofac ACT 55 do not include aromatic amine derivatives and are considered absolutely safe, according to the manufacturer.
In a laboratory, they tested the white blood cells of subjects before and after drinking coffee, subjecting the ceils to two different kinds of cell-damaging substances: hydrogen peroxide, a free radical, and heterocyclic aromatic amine, a cancer-causing substance produced when certain foods are cooked.
Cabot Corporation has been granted a patent for a method of preparing an aqueous colored pigment dispersion comprised of the steps of combining a colored pigment and an azo coupler to form a pretreated colored pigment, and combining, in any order, the pretreated colored pigment, an aromatic amine, a diazotizing agent, and an aqueous medium, wherein the aromatic amine comprises as least one ionic group, at least one ionizable group, or a mixture of at least one ionic group and at least one ionizable group.