toluidine

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to·lu·i·dine

(tō-lū'i-dēn, -din),
Aminotoluene; one of three isomeric substances derived from toluene.
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toluidine

Toxicology An aniline analogue used today to dye, and to manufacture chemicals
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toluidine

(tŏ-loo′ĭ-dēn″) [ tolu(ene) + ²-id + -ine]
C7H9N; aminotoluene, a derivative of toluene. It has three isomers, ortho-, meta-, and para-, with different physicochemical characteristics.
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Following analysis of the tests performed on stains on paper, we found that false negatives were detected using tetramethylbenzidine with low-concentration blood samples (1:400000), whereas o-tolidine and leucomalachite green produced the same with samples that were slightly more concentrated (1:200000) and phenolphthalein gave false negatives in samples concentrated at 1:2000.
DAF, DDS, t-CN, DAT, o-tolidine and the aliphatic acids were purchased from Aldrich and their purity was checked by NMR.