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Aniline

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Mohammed Attia

on 18 October 2014

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Transcript of Aniline

Aniline
General Class Reaction:
Structure
Physical Characters
Condition
Liquid, mobile, true liquid
Colour
Yellowish
Odour
Slight fishy odour
Miscibility
Immiscible with water
(Heavier than water)
Miscible with dil HCl
Immiscible with 10%NaOH
L.P: Basic
Action of Sodalime (CaO+NaOH):
Action of 30% sodium hydroxide:
-On cold: No action
-On Hot: No action
Action of Conc.Sulphuric:
-On cold: White ppt
-On Hot: No action
Action of ferric chloride:
Green Color after neutralization
Not done
1- Diazodization (Azodye): Scarlet red ppt
4- Acetylation: White ppt
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Done by:
Mohammed Attia
5- Benzoylaion: White ppt
Procedure:
Add 0.5ml unk
+ 2ml HCl
+ 2ml FeCl3
Procedure:
Step1:
Add 0.5ml unk
+ 3ml HCl
+ 2dps NaNo2 on wall
(Diazonium Salt formation
Procedure:
Add 1ml Aniline
+ 1 drop conc.H2SO4
Step2:
0.5gm milled B-Naphthol
+ 7ml NaOH
(Shaking till dissolve)
Step3:
Put the
test tube
and
beaker
at the same time on Ice bath for 2min
Step4:
Pour the content of
test tube
on
beaker
Coupling
2- Boiling with water: Phenolic odour
3- Deamination with Alkaline Stannite: Aromatic odour
Don't miss the equation and mechanism
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