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Diazonium salt on reaction with primary amine gives a) p–amino azobenzene b) p–hydroxyazobenzene c) p–dimethylamino azobenzene d) N, N dimethyl aniline

Diazonium salt on reaction with primary amine gives

a) p–amino azobenzene b) p–hydroxyazobenzene
c) p–dimethylamino azobenzene d) N, N dimethyl aniline

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Saurabh Koranglekar
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2 years ago
Vikas TU
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2 years ago
4-(phenylazo)aniline is azobenzene substituted at one of the 4-positions by an amino group. It has a role as a dye and an allergen. It is a primary arylamine and a member of azobenzenes. It derives from an azobenzene.

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