aniline black

aniline black

[′an·əl·ən ′blak]
(organic chemistry)
A black dye produced on certain textiles, such as cotton, by oxidizing aniline or aniline hydrochloride.
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Called electrically conducting polymers or synthetic metals [2].Polyaniline (PANI) has been known for more than one hundred years in its 'aniline black' form, an undesirable black deposit formed on the anode during electrolysis involving aniline.