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1-amino-3-nitrobenzene
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Description

M-nitroaniline is an organic compound that is used as an intermediate in the production of dyes, pharmaceuticals, and other chemicals. It is a colorless, crystalline solid with a pungent odor. It is toxic and can cause irritation to the skin, eyes, and respiratory tract. Long-term exposure to m-nitroaniline can cause liver and kidney damage, as well as anemia.

Associated brand names:
  ▸ Nitroaniline
  ▸ Nitro-A
  ▸ Nitro-B
  ▸ Nitro-C
  ▸ Nitro-D
  ▸ Nitro-E
  ▸ Nitro-F
  ▸ Nitro-G
  ▸ Nitro-H
  ▸ Nitro-I
  ▸ Nitro-J

Synonyms
  • 3-nitroaniline
  • 3-nitrobenzenamine
  • amarthol fast orange R base
  • azobase MNA
  • CI 37030
  • CI azoic diazo component 7
  • daito orange base R
  • devol orange R
  • diazo fast orange R
  • fast orange base R
  • fast orange M base
  • fast orange MM base
  • fast orange R base
  • hiltol fast orange R base
  • m-aminonitrobenzene
  • m-nitroaminobenzene
  • m-nitroaniline
  • m-nitrophenylamine
  • meta-nitroaniline
  • naphtoelan orange R base
  • nitranilin
  • orange base Irga I
Classifications
  • chemical precursor
  • dye

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