ANILINE SULFATE, also known as SULFANILIC ACID or SULFONILIC ACID, is a white, crystalline powder composed of aniline and sulfuric acid. It is used in the production of dyes, inks, pharmaceuticals, and other chemicals.
When rubber is exposed to ANILINE SULFATE, common types of failures can occur. These include hardening, cracking, and loss of flexibility. Hardening can occur when the rubber is exposed to ANILINE SULFATE, resulting in a decrease in its flexibility and strength. Cracking can occur when the rubber is exposed to ANILINE SULFATE, resulting in splits and breaks in the rubber. Loss of flexibility can occur when the rubber is exposed to ANILINE SULFATE, resulting in a decrease in its elasticity and pliability.
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