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Synonyms for aniline

oily poisonous liquid amine obtained from nitrobenzene and used to make dyes and plastics and medicines

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Anilides was the most frequently used liquid pesticide group (39,8 %) followed by phosphono-methyl-glycine (19,6 %), pyridines (6,8 %) and pyrethroids (6,3 %).
various alkyl-ammonium compounds, anilides, benzimidazoles, benzothiazoles, carbamates, guanidine derivatives, imidizoles, isothiazolones, pyrethroides, substituted benzenes and lignins, sulfonamides, thiurams, triazoles, and 2,4-dinitrophenols.
14 Issue 1), the Company describes its recent progress in the development of HDAC inhibitors for oncology, which includes hydroxamic acids, anilides, TSA-like straight chain derivatives, and 2-aminophenylamides of omega-substituted alkanoic acids.
High temperatures and extreme vacuum conditions during the refining process led to a reaction of the aniline with fatty acids and tryglicerides, which are basic in regular oils, producing two different new families of compounds: fatty acid anilides and esters of the phenyl amino propanediol.