from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A class-name applied, in organic chemistry, to compounds containing the univalent group —CONHC6H4.CH3. They are prepared by the removal of the elements of water from a salt of any of the three toluidines with an organic acid, and correspond exactly to the anilides, which they closely resemble in general properties.


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