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Santosh R. Kshirsagar,Rahul R. Dhavase ,Amarnath N. Jagdale ,Achut S. Munde
» doi: 10.31838/ecb/2023.12.si6.197


Several physicochemical techniques were used for the kinetic analysis of Schiff base metal complexes in high oxidation state and their applications. Schiff-based heterocyclic component derived from the condensation reaction with Pyrazole aldehyde, thioglycolic acid, 2-mercapto malonic acid and thiolatic acid by cyclo-condensation reaction, monitoring the change in concentration using the spectroscopic technique. The aim is to carry out the kinetic measurements. In kinetic analysis, the sequencing diagram shows the CC, TMA, and TLA were created by reporting the mole function of AS (|||) complexed by each ligand. The reaction rate is called kinetics. Kinetics is a powerful tool for studying the reaction mechanism, which provides detailed insight into the reaction. Chemical kinetics deals with chemically interacting systems, as the interactions continue, with observable macroscopic change in the properties of the system. Establishing a quantitative connection between the concentration of the reactants, products, catalyst, temperature, hydrostatic pressure, and the reaction rate is the aim of kinetic studies. Under conditions that resembled those of biological fluids, it was stimulated to evaluate the sequestering ability of ligands at pH=7.5, l=0.15 mol L-1, and T=305.14 K. Due to the 2B1g2A1g transition, the electronic spectrum of the copper (II) complex has a wideband, a central wavelength of 651 nm, a square planar geometry, and encapsulation efficiencies of 9.4%, 2.3%, 19.2%, and 5.9%, respectively

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