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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With respect to aromatic amines, NAT2, and bladder cancer, in vitro and in vivo studies have demonstrated that polymorphic N-acetylation of some aromatic amines can bioactivate these procarcinogens in the bladder (Hein et al.
Aromatic amines were shown to be carcinogenic in exposed workers at the end of the nineteenth century (18) and the International Labour Office officially declared benzidine and 2-naphthylamine as human carcinogens in 1921 (25), but the first official action toward phasing out these aromatic amines was not taken until the late 1960s.
Apco 2330 is a 100%-aromatic epoxy curing agent containing no MDA; Apco 2180, an aliphatic mine, is a room-temperature curing agent; Apco Safe-T-Poxy 2183 is a nonirritant, room-temperature hardener; and Apco 2320, an aromatic amine, is a high-tempera-ture hardener.
Product line includes reactive polyamides, amido amines, aromatic amines, cycloaliphatic amines, and aliphatic amines.
Supplies two aromatic amines, DMP-10 and DMP-30, as well as tetramethylethylenediamine as epoxy curing agents.
Polyamides and aromatic amines aren't recommended for use with Ancarez 300A.
The state health services on Tuesday recalled two plastic slotted spatulas after lab tests that showed that the primary aromatic amines (PAA) released by the products were at higher levels than those permitted by law.
For neutral ethyl acetate fraction, the spectrum shown in Figure-7, was found to contain amides, ketones, phenols, alcohols and aromatic amines.
Supply and installation of a measuring station for the investigation of migrations to primary aromatic amines for which there is a limit of 10 ppb (approx.
The aim of present research was to isolate such bacterial strains which are capable of degrading dye-originated aromatic amines.
Its toxicity is due to the production of aromatic amines during their natural degradation process (4,5,6,7).
Cooking these meats at high temperatures can produce known or suspected carcinogens, such as heterocyclic aromatic amines and PAH.