The product formed in this chemical reaction is 3-Methylnitrobenzene.
The structure of 3-Methylnitrobenzene is:
2-Nitro-4-methylaniline reacts with NaNO2 + HCl at 273-278K and form a stable 3-diazonium salt derivate. Then it reacts with H3PO2 and water to form 3-Methylnitrobenzene as the major product. The byproducts formed in this reaction are H3PO3, HCl and N2 gas.
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