A study has been made of the oxidation of various aromatic amines which may be emitted from industrial stacks and ultimately end up as air pollutants. To eliminate these highly mal-odorous compounds, a technique of oxidation in solution using chloramine-T was studied in detail with a view of using this as a scrubbing liquid. The results were compared with limited studies using hypochlorous acid and dichloramine-T. The compounds studied were aniline and its derivatives: p-chloroaniline, p-bromoaniline, p-iodoaniline, p-nitroaniline and p-toluidine. The kinetics of the reaction were studied using an iodometric technique.
|Original language||English (US)|
|State||Published - 1975|
|Event||Proc Air Pollut Control Assoc 68th 1975 - Boston, Mass|
Duration: Jun 15 1975 → Jun 20 1975
|Conference||Proc Air Pollut Control Assoc 68th 1975|
|Period||6/15/75 → 6/20/75|
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