Diarylamine | Article about diarylamine by The Free Dictionary
A molecule that contains an amine group and two aryl groups joined to the amino nitrogen.
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It has been shown that the diarylamines (II) are good anti-fatigue agents and that diarylamine nitroxyl radicals (I) are even more effective than the parent amines (ref.
3); consequently, the TMQ-nitroxyl radical (4) is less efficient as an anti-fatigue agent than a less hindered diarylamine nitroxyl radical (1).
Kirsch, "Evaluation of the antioxidant properties of diarylamines
in benzo[b]thiophene series by free radical scavenging activity and reducing power," Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters, vol.