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1—cont. Nitrile Reagent In methylcellosolve + s o m e acid; 30-90 min I n diethylene glycol d i m e t h y l e t h e r ; 30 m i n Acrylonitrile (sub-micro) Morpholine Tetracyanoethylene; 1-aminophenol2,2-dicyanoethylene Morpholine (b) Addition of Hydroxylamine I Final stage Conditions Titrated with H C 1 0 to thymol blue T i t r a t e d w i t h HCIO4 to thymol blue 4 I • — c = C — C = N + NH OH 2 — C —CH — C N Reference 6 6 (3 ) >2 NHOH Terent'ev et alS ) have developed a method for quantitative determination of acrylonitrile which is based on this reaction.
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