Chromatographic Analysis Of Chloranilines In Aqueous Environments

Statement of the Problem: Aniline and its chlorine derivatives of industrial importance are widely used in textile, cosmetics, medicines, food, paper, and plastic. Aniline, which is included in the dye class, mixes with pure water in the wastewater, and first of all, pollutes the water and changes its color. In addition  to  visual  contamination  it  absorbs  sun  rays  prevents   the  water  depth  by absorbing  or  reflecting  sunlight. This prevents various microorganisms from developing and prevents photosynthesis of aquatic plants. As a result, there is a change in the composition of natural water, and the amount of oxygen is significantly reduced.

Methodology & Theoretical Orientation:  For  these reasons, different methods  have  been  proposed  to  etermine  the  aniline  and  chloraniline  dervatives  in  water. The gasochromatographic methods for the determination of micro chloranilines in water were studied. Findings: Chromatographic properties of chloranilines.  Chemical  modifications of chloranilines and evaluation of their effectiveness.

Conclusion & Significance: As a result of this study, quantitative analysis of aniline and its chlorine derivatives may be prepared in water. In this way, the aniline prevents the spread of aniline and its effects on mutagenic and carcinogenic substances such as chlorine derivatives.

Author(s): Nabat Abdullayeva

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