Aniline hydrochloride is also known as benzenamine hydrochloride, aniline chloride, and aniline salt. Physically, it comes in hygroscopic powder form, usually consisting of green or white crystals. It turns dark when exposed to light and air. Chemically, it easily decomposes upon contact with acids and upon heating. When subjected to such measures, it can produce toxic and corrosive fumes like hydrogen chloride, nitrogen oxide, and aniline. It is not compatible with oxidants as it can produce fire and explosion upon contact.
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