Aromatic amines represent a category of chemical agents of considerable importance as withnessed by their widespread use as intermediates in the manufacture of drugs, pesticides and plastics, as antioxidants in the preparation of rubber for the manufacture of tires and cables and as curing agents in the preparation of various plastics. In addition, they are widely used as intermediates in the preparation of dyes and pigments extensively employed to color textiles, leathers, rubber, printing inks, paints, lacquers, metal finishes, plastic and paper products, as well as in semi-permament coloring products [1–9].
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