xylidine


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xylidine

[′zī·lə‚dēn]
(organic chemistry)
(CH3)2C6H3NH2 A toxic, combustible liquid; soluble in alcohol and ether, slightly soluble in water; boils about 220°C; used as a chemical intermediate and to make dyes and pharmaceuticals.
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2) is supposed to take place in the 2,4-xylidine degradation process; the first step for xylidine oxidation is probably just the formation of nitroaromatics.
The adsorption isoterms, xylidine diffusion coefficient in GAC pores, and breakthrough curves are presented in [7].
The reaction rate of xylidine is a function of the concentrations of the reacting species on the surface of the GAC.
The fuel consists of triethylamine (50 wt%) and xylidines or dimethylanilines (45 wt%) [1].
Several investigations have been carried out on the purification of water contaminated with aromatic amines, including xylidines.
There is a high risk for exposure of the groundwater contaminated with carcinogenic xylidine to the drinking water wells with the resultant impacts on human health.
The residual xylidine in the stream of column bottoms was destroyed using advanced oxidation processes with UV photolysis, UV/hydrogen peroxide, photo-Fenton's reaction, and dark Fenton's reaction.
Because of low concentration of xylidine in groundwater, the effectiveness of the biodegradation process is questionable.
A possible explanation is that the xylidine adsorption equilibrium follows the Freundlich isotherm while the Rice method uses the linear isotherm and the Thomas method uses the Langmuir isotherm equation.