1950 年 70 巻 7-8 号 p. 435-439
Bacteriostatic action of p-nitraniline was found to be reversed by p-aminobenzoic acid (antagonism coefficient: ca. 2, 500). The action of p-aminobenzene-antimonic acid, and that of ortho and meta isomers of nitraniline, however, were not reversed by p-aminobenzoic acid. Mechanism of specific antagonism between p-nitraniline and p-aminobenzoic acid was discussed.
Thermal analyses showed that p-nitraniline and p-aminobenzoic acid formed molecular compound (1:1) and m-nitranline and p-aminobenzoic acid formed no compound.