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Schiff base

(shif),
condensation products of aldehydes and ketones with primary amines; the compounds are stable if there is at least one aryl group on the nitrogen or carbon. Compare: ketimine.
Synonym(s): aldimine

Schiff,

Hugo, German chemist in Florence, 1834-1915.
Kasten fluorescent Schiff reagents - see under Kasten
ninhydrin-Schiff stain for proteins
periodic acid-Schiff stain - a tissue-staining procedure. Synonym(s): PAS stain
Schiff base - condensation products of aldehydes and ketones with primary amine. Synonym(s): aldimine
Schiff reagent - used for aldehydes and in histochemistry to detect polysaccharides, DNA, and proteins.
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Preformed Schiff bases were used in synthesis of the poly(azomethine-urethane)s (PAMUs abbreviated as PU-DHB-3-MAP, PU-DHB-4-MAP, and PU-DHB-6-MAP).
5), (6) Schiff base metal complexes are widely known for their excellent thermal, microbial, and corrosion resistant properties due to the presence of metal ions.
The corrosion inhibition of steel with schiff base compounds in 2M HCl.
We have addressed the efficiency of Schiff base removal in the Performance Characteristics section of the current Variant Hemoglobin [A.
In the electronic spectra of Schiff base hard segment PUs, the aromatic bands at 255 and 264 nm are attributed to benzene [pi]-[pi]* transitions, whereas those observed at 315 and 321 nm are assigned to--CH=N--[pi]-[pi]* transitions.
Jain, Deepali;Sharma, Amit Kumar; Sharma, Pratibha; 2009, Coordination modes of a Schiff base pentadentate derivatives of 4aminoantipyridine with cobalt(II), nickel(II) and copper(II) metal ions: synthesis, spectroscopic and antimicrobial studies, Molecules, 14(1), pp.
The Schiff bases were prepared by the method given in the literature [1].
2006, "Asymmetic Transformation of a Double-Stranded, Dicopper(I) Helicate Containing Achiral Bis(bidentate) Schiff Bases, " Inorg.
Various thermal properties such as initial decomposition temperature (IDT), the decomposition temperature range and the maximum degradation along with the percentage weight loss and Exo / Endo transitions of all the Schiff bases are reported in Table 2.
The Schiff base metal carbonyl complexes have continued to attract attention in part because of different possible coordination geometries which the ligand may adopt [13-15].