dimethylaniline


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dimethylaniline

See auramine.
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Suida and Titsch (1928) acetylated powdered beech and pine using pyridine or dimethylaniline as a catalyst to yield an acetyl weight gain of 30 to 35 percent after 15 to 35 days at 100[degrees]C.
94 (s, 3H-1') for methyl group of toluene moiety confirming the union of 2,3- dimethylaniline (1) with p-toluenesulfonylchloride (2).