Benzenamine, also called aniline is a colourless or brown liquid, with a characteristic amine odour. It is a primary arylamine, where one of the benzene hydrogens has been replaced with an amino functional group. It is primarily used in the production of polymers, dyes, pesticides, etc, as a chemical intermediate. Its major application involves the production of methylene dianiline and related compounds through condensation using formaldehydes.
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The report involves the cost analysis of production of Aniline from nitration of benzene using nitric acid and sulfuric acid giving nitrobenzene which is further hydrogenated at high temperatures in presence of metal catalysts to give Aniline.
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