xylidine

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xy·li·dine

(zī'li-dēn),
Aminodimethylbenzene; used as a reagent and in the manufacture of dyes.
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The kinetic parameters for reactions between xylidines and ozone are not available in the literature.
Ozonation gives a good effect in destructing xylidines but complete mineralization is not feasible.
Because of low concentration of xylidine in groundwater, the effectiveness of the biodegradation process is questionable.
A possible explanation is that the xylidine adsorption equilibrium follows the Freundlich isotherm while the Rice method uses the linear isotherm and the Thomas method uses the Langmuir isotherm equation.