International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Research Paper | Applied Chemistry | Egypt | Volume 9 Issue 8, August 2020


Heterocyclic Schiff Bases as Main Entity In Methine & Metal Complexes Cyanine Dyes Synthesis

A. I. M. Koraiem [2] | M. M. Gommaa [2] | H. A. El-Damarany [2] | M. H. Yosry [2]


Abstract: Heterocyclic Schiff bases (1a-g) was prepared and employed in the synthesis of substituted ketomethylene acyclic (cyclic) heterocyclic quaternary iodide salts and acyclic pyrazolo and/or cyclic substituted pyrrolo [5, 4-d] pyrazolin-mero-2 (4), pyrrolo [5, 4-d] pyrazolo-zero-3 [4 (1)]methine and pyrrolo [5, 4-d] pyrazolo or pyrazol [4, 5-d] dioxine (thiazine/ oxazine) metal complex cyanine dyes (2a-d, 3A, B, 4a-d & 5a, b, 6A, B & 7a-c, 8a-c, 11a-d, 12, 13a-d, 14a, b & 17). The new synthesized cyanines and their metal chelator complex dyes were identified by elemental & spectral analyses, The absorption spectra and solvatochromic behaviours of the newly selected synthesised dyes was investigated in pure organic solvents, as well as in aqueous universal buffer solutions.


Keywords: Heterocyclic ketomethylene, Schiff Bases iodide salts, cyanine dyes synthesis, spectral, Solvatochromic Behaviour, Acid-Base Properties


Edition: Volume 9 Issue 8, August 2020,


Pages: 773 - 786


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