N-ni·tro·so·di·phen·yl·amine (ni-tro″so-di-fenґəl-ə-mēn″) a bicyclic nitrosamine used as an accelerator in the vulcanization of rubber; it is carcinogenic. Called also diphenylnitrosamine.

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