Benzidines
(Bianilines; Biphenyldiamines)


Very toxic industrial chemicals. They are absorbed through the skin, causing lethal blood, bladder, liver, and kidney damage and are potent, broad-spectrum carcinogens in most species.

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Benzidine rearrangement.png
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Fig.1: <b>Benzidine</b> rearrangement
Fig.1: Benzidine rearrangement
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<b>Benzidine</b> rearrangement
Benzidine rearrangement
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<b>Benzidines</b> / Phenols (EPA 604 / 605)
Benzidines / Phenols (EPA 604 / 605)
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<b>Benzidines</b> / Phenols (EPA 604 / 605)
Benzidines / Phenols (EPA 604 / 605)
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<b>Benzidines</b> on Envirosep-PP (EPA Method 605). confirm changes and close
Benzidines on Envirosep-PP (EPA Method 605). confirm changes and close
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EPA Method 553, <b>Benzidines</b> and
EPA Method 553, Benzidines and
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Substituted <b>benzidines</b> and related compounds as reagents in analytical
Substituted benzidines and related compounds as reagents in analytical
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