- aniline black,
- aniline blue,
- aniline dye,
- aniline hydrochloride,
Origin of aniline
Examples from the Web for aniline
Now, however, the aniline dyes are so commonly used that it is difficult to find a carpet in which all the colours are permanent.Behind the Veil in Persia and Turkish Arabia|M. E. Hume-Griffith
Let us now take the case of the production of an aniline colour, and let us try to discover what aniline is, and how formed.The Chemistry of Hat Manufacturing|Watson Smith
The aniline colours are now almost exclusively used for obtaining violet on silk and wool (see Aniline, Purple, and Tar colours).Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
Chronic poisoning by aniline is occasionally seen among workers in the manufacture of aniline.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection|Alexander Wynter Blyth
It is insoluble in water and ether, difficultly soluble in the hot; and fairly soluble in aniline.
chemical base used in making colorful dyes, 1843, coined 1841 by German chemist Carl Julius Fritzsche (1808-1871) and adopted by Hofmann, ultimately from Portuguese anil "the indigo shrub," from Arabic an-nil "the indigo," assimilated from al-nil, from Persian nila, ultimately from Sanskrit nili "indigo," from nilah "dark blue." With chemical suffix -ine (2).