International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 4, Issue 5 (2016)
Physiochemical and biochemical correlation between lanthanide and transition metal derivatives of 2- (bis-2-hydroxylphenylidene)- 1, 2-iminoethanne as ligand
Author(s): Iram Khan, Zaid Mahmood and Maham Naz
Abstract: Present work aims to study the physiochemical and biochemical correlation between lanthanide and transition metal complexes conductivity, thermogravimetric, high performance liquid chromatographic analysis, XRD diffraction analysis and other spectroscopic analysis provide assistance to find the stability and separation of ions between metal chelates. Some new derivatives of organometallic and rare earth metals were synthesized by using amoxicillin as donor ligand. Conclusion obtained by the studies showed that lanthanide complexes were more stable as compared to transition complexes and effective against bacterial strains. Bacterial strains like Xenorhabdus luminescens, Xanthomonas axonopodis and Acidovorax tampons and Fungal strains like Trichoderma strains, Alternaria alternate, Aspergillus flavus strains were obtained from Agricultural department Laboratory from University of Punjab, Lahore. They were maintained on a slant on nutrient agar in MC- Cartney bottles. Synthesized compounds have a novel mode of action against destined targets. Once their effectiveness against biological targets can find then it can be modified to uncover potentially active new bioactive lanthanides compounds as compare to transition metal compounds.
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Iram Khan, Zaid Mahmood, Maham Naz. Physiochemical and biochemical correlation between lanthanide and transition metal derivatives of 2- (bis-2-hydroxylphenylidene)- 1, 2-iminoethanne as ligand. Int J Chem Stud 2016;4(5):17-25.