sulfanilic acid


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to sulfanilic acid: methyl orange

sulfanilic acid

[sul′fənil′ik]
a red-tinged white crystalline compound used in the synthesis of sulfonamides and as a reagent in tests for phenol, fecal matter in water, albumin, aldehydes, and glucose. Also called para-aminobenzenesulfonic acid.
References in periodicals archive ?
Two series of new monoazo bis reactive dyes (6a-h and 11a-h) have been synthesized in high yields from 4-NAP, H-acid, sulfanilic acid and -acid, respectively and examined for different properties.
In addition to carbazole violet pigment, NFC has dumping orders in effect for sulfanilic acid from China, India, Portugal and Hungary.
Reagent 2 was prepared by dissolving 5 g of sulfanilic acid in 500 mL of 3 mol/L HCl.
43 Sulfanilic acid is a gray-white to white crystalline solid.
Sulfanilic Acid from the Republic of Hungary and India.
China is one of the major countries producing sulfanilic acid in the world.
The new peak at 250 nm may probably be attributed to sulfanilic acid [30-32], which is persistent against further removal by UVC irradiation [33].
The nitrite, resulted from the oxidation of hydroxylammonium by superoxide anions generated in the xanthine-xanthine oxidase system, was determined spectrophotometrically by the reaction with sulfanilic acid and [alpha]-naphthyla-mine.