ANILINE HYDROCHLORIDE, also known as ANILINIUM CHLORIDE, is a white crystalline powder composed of ANILINE (C6H5NH2) and HYDROCHLORIC ACID (HCl). It is commonly used in the production of dyes, photographic chemicals, and pharmaceuticals.
When rubber is exposed to ANILINE HYDROCHLORIDE, common types of failures can occur. These include corrosion, discoloration, and embrittlement. Corrosion can occur when the rubber is exposed to ANILINE HYDROCHLORIDE for extended periods of time, resulting in cracking and flaking of the rubber. Discoloration can occur when the rubber is exposed to ANILINE HYDROCHLORIDE, resulting in color shifts or unexpected colors. Embrittlement can occur when the rubber is exposed to ANILINE HYDROCHLORIDE, resulting in reduced flexibility and durability.
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