An introduction to phenylamine (aniline) and its physical properties.
Making phenylamine from benzene via nitrobenzene.
Reactions of phenylamine as a primary amine
This covers the reactions that phenylamine has in common with other primary amines – its reactions as a base, its acylation with acyl chlorides and acid anhydrides, and its reaction with halogenoalkanes.
Reactions of diazonium salts
Using them to make phenol and iodobenzene, and the coupling reactions with phenol, naphthalen-2-ol (2-naphthol) and phenylamine.