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Complexation, Bio-evaluation, Magnetic Susceptibility and Thermodynamic study of Newly Synthesized Pharmacologically active Schiff base with La(III), Ce(III) and Sm(III)


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1 Department of Chemistry, Dr. Rafiq Zakaria College for Women, Aurangabad - 431001, MS, India., India
2 Department of Chemistry, Tarai College Paithan, Aurangabad, MS, India ., India
3 Department of Chemistry, Rajshri Shahu College, Pathri, Aurangabad, MS, India., India
4 Department of Chemistry, Dr. Rafiq Zakaria College for Women, Aurangabad - 431001, MS, India ., India
     

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Present research work describes the successful development of inner transition metal ion complexation, magnetic susceptibility study, thermodynamic parameters and biological applications of synthesized organic ligand. Stability constant Order of developed metal complexes of N-[-(4-chlorophenyl) methylene] isonicotinohydrazide was found as follows La(III) > Ce(III) > Sm(III). Positive μeff clearly indicates paramagnetic nature of developed complexes. During thermodynamic parameter examination we found stability constants for complexes decrease with an increasing temperature, indicating that the composition equilibrium is exothermic in nature. Also ΔH and ΔG were negative for all of the systems which suggested that all of the reactions were exothermic. The ΔS found positive for most of the complexes which indicate in metal-ligand binding process is entropy favourable. In antimicrobial evaluation, we observed that Sm+3 metal complexes of (N-[(E)-(4-chlorophenyl) methylene] isonicotinohydrazde) exhibit superior property specifically against gram negative bacteria with respect to organic ligand

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Complexation, Inner transition elements, Antibacterial, Paramagnetic, Exothermic.
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Authors

Zamzam Taher Omar (Al-Ahdal)
Department of Chemistry, Dr. Rafiq Zakaria College for Women, Aurangabad - 431001, MS, India., India
Shivaji Jadhav
Department of Chemistry, Tarai College Paithan, Aurangabad, MS, India ., India
Rashmi Pathrikar
Department of Chemistry, Rajshri Shahu College, Pathri, Aurangabad, MS, India., India
Shaikh Uzma
Department of Chemistry, Dr. Rafiq Zakaria College for Women, Aurangabad - 431001, MS, India ., India
Megha Rai
Department of Chemistry, Dr. Rafiq Zakaria College for Women, Aurangabad - 431001, MS, India ., India

Abstract


Present research work describes the successful development of inner transition metal ion complexation, magnetic susceptibility study, thermodynamic parameters and biological applications of synthesized organic ligand. Stability constant Order of developed metal complexes of N-[-(4-chlorophenyl) methylene] isonicotinohydrazide was found as follows La(III) > Ce(III) > Sm(III). Positive μeff clearly indicates paramagnetic nature of developed complexes. During thermodynamic parameter examination we found stability constants for complexes decrease with an increasing temperature, indicating that the composition equilibrium is exothermic in nature. Also ΔH and ΔG were negative for all of the systems which suggested that all of the reactions were exothermic. The ΔS found positive for most of the complexes which indicate in metal-ligand binding process is entropy favourable. In antimicrobial evaluation, we observed that Sm+3 metal complexes of (N-[(E)-(4-chlorophenyl) methylene] isonicotinohydrazde) exhibit superior property specifically against gram negative bacteria with respect to organic ligand

Keywords


Complexation, Inner transition elements, Antibacterial, Paramagnetic, Exothermic.

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