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General chemical structure of an anilide

Anilides (or phenylamides) are a class of chemical compounds which are acyl derivatives of aniline.

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PreparationEdit

Aniline reacts with acyl chlorides or carboxylic anhydrides to give anilides. For example, reaction of aniline with acetyl chloride provides acetanilide (CH3-CO-NH-C6H5). At high temperatures, aniline and carboxylic acids react to give anilides.[1]

UsesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Carl N. Webb (1941). "Benzanilide". Organic Syntheses.; Collective Volume, 1, p. 82
  2. ^ "Anilide herbicides". Pesticide Target Interaction Database. East China University of Science & Technology.

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