Synthesis Innovative Cyclic Formazan Compounds for the First Time and Evaluation of Their Biological Activity

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Year : 2021 | Volume : | Issue : 2 | Page : 5-12

    Nagham Mahmood Aljamali


The research included the invention of cyclic formazan compounds for the first time in this research that carried out in April 2021, where the usual formazan compounds were previously attended, but in the current research we attended the cyclic formazan compounds as innovative compounds and after that they were diagnosed by reliable chemical means of measurement, that provided vibrant indication of their chemical constructions via numerous technical apparatuses similar (FT IR-Bands, 1H.NMRPeeaks, Mass-Identification). Melting points, other studies represented by antimicrobial Evaluation., These Compounds have been distinguished by their bright colors and their using as fixed dyes for many tissues and as anti-corrosion materials , and as a ligands with transitional elements as coordination complexes., The results appeared good evidence for efficiency of Innovative Cyclic formazan derivatives that compounds gave high inhibition in bacteria more than other compounds via creation of band of formazan (-N=C-N=N-) in innovated derivative more than initial materials beginning Aldamine compounds that produced inhibition action of bacteria.

Keywords: Cyclic formazan, formazan, imine, schiff base, Azo, antimicrobial study.

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 7
Issue 2
Received December 9, 2021
Accepted December 27, 2021
Published December 31, 2021