Seven new N-substituted phenyl-N′-[6-(2-methanebenzothiazol)yl]urea compounds were synthesized by the reaction of 2-methanebenzothiazole with corresponding substituted phenylamine. The yields of the synthesized seven compounds were 82.0%,88.5%,87.0%,90.5%,91.0%,83.5%, 85.0% repectively.
With acetophenone as a sensitizer, four substituted phenanthridines were synthesized from a series of N-(2-bromo-4, 5-methylenedioxybenzyl)-substituted anilines through photocyclization reactions, which were 1, 3, 4-isopropoxy and 2-methyl-8, 9-methylenedioxy phenanthridines (5a～5d).
Simultaneously, the supported products photocatalysis degrading aminobenzene was experimented, and the optimum catalytic activity was attained when pH value of the solution was 10 and the fed catalyst amount was 1. 5g/L.
N-phenylmaleimide(N-PMI) was produced in 200 t/a industrial experiment unit by adopting two-step process method,with aminobenzene and cis-butenedioic anhydride as feedstocks and orgnic acid as catalyst.
(2,4 - dichloro - 5 - alkoxylphcnyl hydrazine)is a intermediate of a new series of herbicides. It was prepared from 2.4 - dichloro - 5 - alkoxylphenyl aminobenzene which was subjected to diazotization and then reduction by SnCl2 to give the yield > 95%.
Photocatalytic Oxidation of Aniline in the Gas Phase Using Porous TiO2 Thin Films
The gas-phase photocatalytic oxidation of aniline on a new kind of porous nano-TiO2 composite films is investigated.
The photocatalytic degradation of aniline on the composite films was carried out in a TiO2/UV system.
Some important factors affecting the photodegradation, such as the concentration of TiO2, the initial concentration of aniline, and the existing water vapor, are also studied.
Ionic liquid like 1-butyl-3-methyl-imidazolium tetrafluorobrate ([BMIM]BF4) has been used as solvent and electrolyte for the electropolymerization of aniline at glassy carbon electrode by cyclic voltammetry.
The retention behavior of phenylamine and naphthylamine sulphonic acid was evaluated in reversed-phase ion-pair liquid chromatography as a function of organic modifier concentration and column temperature.
Phenylamine and naphthylamine sulphonic acid retention decreases with increase in column temperature.
The capacity factors of phenylamine and naphthylamine sulphonic acids in reversed-phase, ion-pair liquid chromatography (RP-IPC) were measured.
The products of acenaphthenyl phenylamine and biacenaphthyl could be synthesized by this reaction.
Novel tetrahydroisoquinolin-ethyl-phenylamine based multidrug resistance inhibitors with broad-spectrum modulating properties
Anilines 6a, b, d, and h demonstrated nonselective inhibition of COX-1 and -2 in human whole blood.
Three series of new 1-(isomeric methyl)benzoyl-3-arylthioureas (1-3a-i) were prepared from 2-, 3-, and 4-methylbenzoyl chlorides via isothiocyanate formation followed by treatment with various substituted anilines.
A new class of chelating polymer adsorbents was synthesized on the basis of aminopolystyrene azo compounds and various para-substituted anilines.
Alkenylation of Anilines with Dicyclopentadiene, Cyclopentadiene, and Piperylene
Alkenylation of anilines with dicyclopentadiene, cyclopentadiene, and piperylene in the presence of mineral acids and Lewis acids was studied.
A capacitive sensor based on molecularly imprinted polymers and poly(p-aminobenzene sulfonic acid) film for detection of pazuflo
During synthrophic growth of Hydrogenophaga palleronii (strain S1) and Agrobacterium radiobacter (strain S2) with 4-aminobenzene sulfonate (4ABS) only strain S1 desaminates 4ABS by regioselective 3,4-dioxygenation.
Repeated increase in the concentration of aminobenzene were successfully treated by hemodialysis with a high-flux dialyzer.
By this means it was shown that the 'direct-acting' mutagen, diethyl sulphate, would also bring about unscheduled DNA synthesis in pollen, while 2-acetylaminofluorence and dimethyl-p-aminobenzene, both requiring metabolic activation, did not do so.
The investigated compounds are some derivatives of orthotolidin-N,N'-bis (4-aminobenzene-2-sulphonic) acid.