o- anisidine

/o- an·is·i·dine/ (ah-nis´ĭ-dēn) a yellow to red oily aromatic amine used as an intermediate in the manufacture of azo dyes; it is an irritant and carcinogen.
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1] for PPy is due to the N-H stretching vibration peaks and indicates the presence of -NH group in the o-anisidine and pyr-role units [26].
Abstract Syntheses of corrosion protective poly(aniline-co-o-anisidine) (PAOA) coatings were carried out on mild steel by the electrochemical copolymerization of aniline with o-anisidine under cyclic voltammetry conditions.
The monomers, aniline, and o-anisidine were procured from Fluka and were doubly distilled prior to being used for the synthesis.
For the electrochemical copolymerization, a mixture of aniline and o-anisidine with total concentration of 0.
The copolymer synthesis experiments were carried out using a feed ratio of o-anisidine as 0.
1] is lower than that observed during the polymerization of o-anisidine, which provides the evidence for the formation of copolymer coating on mild steel.
The results of cyclic voltammetry suggest that the electrochemical copolymerization of aniline with o-anisidine on the mild steel in aqueous salicylate solution generates true copolymer coatings rather than the mixture of the corresponding homopolymers.
1] due to the characteristic N-H stretching vibration suggests the presence of NH groups in o-anisidine units; the band at ~1515 [cm.
Aniline and o-anisidine monomers (Sd fine chemicals Ltd.
Borole, DD, Kapadi, UR, Mahulikar, PP, Hundiwale, DG, "Synthesis and Characterization of Conducting Homo and Co-Polymer of o-Anisidine and o-Toludine in Organic and Inorganic Supporting Electrolyte.
The rule would list non-waste waters from the production of certain dyes, pigments and FD&C colorants as hazardous waste under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) if these wastes contain certain levels of o-anisidine, p-cresidine, 1,2-phenylenediamine, 1,3-phenylenediamine, 2,4-dimethylaniline, and toluene-2,4-diamine.
o-anisidine (C7H9NO - a substance used as an medium in the manufacture of colourings and pigments): the Commission considers that regarding the evaluation of risks to workers and consumers and human exposure via the environment, specific measures need to be taken to reduce additional risks in view of general systemic toxicity, mutagenicity and carcinogenicity as a consequence of dermal exposure arising from textiles coloured with dyes based on the substance.