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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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Study on Schiff Bases Derived from Sulfathiazole and Sulfamethoxypyridazine.
The level of primary products naturally decreases, while the level of triene conjugates and Schiff bases increases uniformly when passing from [N.
In view of the wide applications of Schiff bases in the drug design, a facile one pot synthesis (Fareed et al.
In a previous work we have reported the synthesis of a series of bis Schiff bases of isatin [6], for this study the 3-(2-(2-hydroxy-3-methoxybenzylidene)hydra- zono)indolin-2-one" bis Schiff base has been selected in an attempt to synthesize metal complexes and study the impact of coordination on the overall biological activity of the ligand molecule.
There is a continuing interest in transition metal complexes of Schiff bases because of the presence of both nitrogen and oxygen donor atoms in the backbones of these ligands, some of these complexes have been exhibit interesting physical and chemical properties and potentially useful biological activities [4].
Abstract Schiff base epoxy resin was used as a component of self-stratifying compositions, in which different acrylic resins were used.
Schiff bases abbreviated as DHB-3-MAP, DHB-4-MAP, and DHB-6-MAP were synthesized by the condensation reactions of 2,4-dihydroxy benzaldehyde (DHB) with amino-methyl pyridines (2-amino-3-methylpyridine, 2-amino-4-methylpyridine, and 2-amino-6-methylpyridine), respectively [22].
The general mechanism for the formation of the Schiff base shown in Scheme 2:
Abstract Metal-containing epoxy resins [Er-M(II)] have been prepared by the reaction of Schiff base metal complexes and epichlorohydrin in basic medium.
4) shows that oA, mA and pA Schiff base products have a maximum absorption at 488, 480 and 535 nm versus their corresponding blank respectively, where as the reagent blank has a maximum absorption at 360 nm versus distilled water.
Schiff bases of ethylenediamine as corrosion inhibitors of zinc in sulphuric acid.