Chloroaniline, also known as aniline chloride, is an organic compound used in a variety of industrial processes. It is commonly used in the production of pharmaceuticals, dyes, and resins, as well as in the manufacture of rubber products.
Common types of rubber failure when exposed to chloroaniline include the breakdown of polymers, hardening, swelling, and cracking. This can lead to a decrease in strength, elasticity, and overall performance of the rubber material. In addition, exposure to chloroaniline can increase the rate of oxidation, resulting in brittleness and a decrease in durability. The breakdown of polymers may also result in the release of toxic substances, which can be harmful to people and the environment.
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