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The result is a diazo-salt; aniline, for example, giving diazobenzene chloride, and toluidine diazotoluene chloride.
The large quantity of aniline and toluidine now made has opened up a channel for the use of the waste borings from cast-iron.
The aniline selected for this purpose should contain about 25% of the toluidine.
From this it will be evident that an aniline rich in toluidine is an essential condition for obtaining aniline red.
By a similar process toluene is converted into nitrotoluene, and the latter into toluidine.