aniline oil

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Synonyms for aniline oil

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

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Luna Chemical added aniline oil to its product portfolio in 2007, by setting up a plant with capacity of 15,000 tpa in Dahej (Gujarat).
Believing that not all samples of aniline oil worked consistently, Ziehl substituted phenol (carbolic acid) in its place.
At the nearby Diamond Rubber Company, chemists found in 1906 that aniline oil would speed curing and other compounds would make rubber more uniform, or improve it in other ways.
IEBC said the indelible marker pens must utilize ink that "does not contain poisonous ingredients in a quantity that is toxic to humans." The ink should meet national safety standards such as being free from benzene, chlorinated compounds, aniline oils and any other noxious or toxic material.