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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 9, Part C (2016)

Synthesis, characterization and antibacterial activity of hydrazonyl derivative of α-Benzilmonoxime ligand and its Iron (III), chromium (III) and ruthenium (III) metal complexes

Author(s)
Raj Badekar, Santosh Kulkarni, Baban Thawkar and Rama Lokhande
Abstract
The synthesis of a title ligand Hydrazonyl Derivative of α-Benzilmonoxime (HBMOH) (1) and its Iron(III) (2), Chromium(III) (3) and Ruthenium(III) (4) are described. The ligand was prepared in Ethanol from the reaction of α- Benzilmonoxime with Hydrazine Hydrate. The reaction of Hydrazonyl Derivative of α-Benzilmonoxime (HBMOH) in 1M sodium hydroxide with anhydrous ferric chloride, chromium chloride and ruthenium chloride yielded [Fe(BMOH)3] as reddish orange, [Cr(BMOH)3] as a light green and [Ru(BMOH)3] as red precipitate respectively. The ligand HBMOH and its metal complexes [Fe(BMOH)3], [Cr(BMOH)3] and [Ru(BMOH)3] were characterized by elemental analysis, PMR, FT(IR), electronic spectra and magnetic moments. The analysis of FT(IR) suggests that title ligand Hydrazonyl Derivative of α-Benzilmonoxime (HBMOH) bonded with Fe(III), Cr(III), and Ru(III) metal ions through the nitrogen atom only. The electronic spectral data and magnetic moments suggest Fe(III), Cr(III), and Ru(III) complexes are octahedral geometry. The antibacterial and antifungal screen of the synthesized compounds was performed in vitro by the agar cup borer method.
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How to cite this article:
Raj Badekar, Santosh Kulkarni, Baban Thawkar, Rama Lokhande. Synthesis, characterization and antibacterial activity of hydrazonyl derivative of α-Benzilmonoxime ligand and its Iron (III), chromium (III) and ruthenium (III) metal complexes. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(9):175-179.
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