In connection with certain proposed studies the question of the preparation of diphenyl amine hydronitrate, or diphenyl ammonium nitrate, arose. A search of the literature revealed no record of this substance. The nearest equivalent reported was the perchlorate salt of diphenyl amine (Ber. 43, 1085-86. 1910). This compound was obtained upon treatment of a carbon tetrachloride solution of the amine with 70% perchloric acid added dropwise.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Jones, Robert E. and Culbertson, J. B.
"Preparation and Stability of Diphenyl Amine Hydronitrate,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 49(1), 287-288.
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