Chemistry (reaction with amine)

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Phenol dissolved into sodium hydroxide solution to give another solution A.

What would be formed when A reacted with phenylamine/nitrous acid mixture , butylamine/nitrous acid mixture and ammonia/ nitrous acid respectively ?

The resulting solution were brown , red and colorless respectively .

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