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Aniline
Aniline

The largest application of aniline is in the preparation of methylene dianiline and related compounds by condensation with formaldehyde. The diamines synthesized through the aniline eletrophilic reaction are condensed with phosgene to give methylene diphenyl diisocyanate, a precursor to urethane polymers.

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The manufacture of dye intermediates provides the primary impetus for the growth of aniline in the country. Other important applications of aniline are in rubber processing chemicals and herbicides among others. The western region is the leading consumer of aniline in the country, accounting for about 90% of the total domestic demand. The northern region has however, displayed impressive growth rates in recent years and is expected to witness a major boom in demand in the coming years.

As additives to rubber, aniline derivatives such as phenylenediamines and diphenylamine, work as antioxidants in several industries. The principal use of aniline in the dye industry is as a precursor to indigo, used extensively in the textile industry. Aniline is also used in a smaller scale in the production of the intrinsically conducting polymer polyaniline.

Demand for Aniline is met through a mixture of domestic production and imports. While production rates are falling in India, there has been a steep rise in the quantity of aniline imports.

Highlights of the Report

  •  Domestic installed capacity, production and demand
  •  Key Manufacturers in India
  •  Domestic Market Share and Trends
  •  Region-wise Demand Distribution
  •  Month-wise Import Quantities
  •  Month-wise Export Quantities
  •  Country-wise Share of Imports
  •  Port-wise Share of Imports
  •  Major End Users, Traders and Distributors
  •  CIF Pricing
  •  Prominent Production Technology Licensors
  •  Industrial Manufacturing Process
  •  Application and Use in Diverse Sectors
  •  Global Market highlights
  •  Health Impacts
  •  Chemical and Physical Properties
  1. Chapter 1: Introduction
    1. Chemical and Physical Properties
    2. Application and Use
    3. Health Impacts
    4. Industrial Manufacturing Process
    5. Prominent Production Technology Licensors
  2. Chapter 2: Indian Scenario
    1. Production and Demand
    2. Region-wise Demand Distribution
    3. Key Producers in India
    4. Market Share and Trends
    5. Import and Exports
      1. Month-wise Import Quantities
      2. Month-wise Export Quantities
      3. Country-wise Share of Imports
      4. Port-wise Share of Imports
    6. Major End Users, Traders and Distributors
    7. Pricing in India
      1. CIF Pricing
  3. Chapter 3: Global scenario

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