ANILINE (C6H5NH2) is also known as aminobenzene and phenylamine. It is commonly used as a precursor for the production of other chemicals, as well as in the production of fuel, rubber, and dyes.
When rubber is exposed to ANILINE (C6H5NH2), common types of failures can occur. These include cracking, softening, and discoloration. Cracking can occur when the rubber is exposed to high concentrations of ANILINE, while softening can occur when the rubber is exposed to low concentrations. In both cases, the rubber may become brittle and less flexible, affecting its ability to act as a seal. Discoloration can also occur when the rubber is exposed to ANILINE, resulting in fading or discoloration of the rubber material.
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