bipyridines

bipyridines

inhibit phosphodiesterase causing an increase in myocardial contractility and to some extent arteriolar dilation. Used in treatment of heart failure in dogs and cats. See also amrinone, milrinone, pimobendan.
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Pichos and coworkers have synthesized a series of bis-substituted bipyridines.
Summary: In this study novel complexes of substituted bipyridine (4-(4-bromophenyl)-[2,2'bipyridine]-6-carboxylic acid) with Fe+2 and Co+2 were synthesized and characterized by different physical, analytical and spectral techniques which includes 1H-NMR, MALDI-MS, FTIR, UV-VIS Spectrophotometry, CHN analysis and conductometry.
Keywords: Substituted bipyridine, Stoichiometry, Bipyridine complexes, Tridentate ligand, Electrochromism, Cyclic voltammetry
There are different isomeric forms of bipyridine like 2,2', 3,3' 4,4'-bipyridine (symmetric) and 2,3', 2,4' 3,4'-bipyridine (asymmetric) [1].
A large number of metal complexes containing substituted bipyridine ligand have been studied for their electrochromic behavior.
In the present work substituted bipyridine ligand was synthesized and complexed with Fe (II) and Co (II).
Wertz, Spectroscopic Study of the Parent and Reduction Products of Some Substituted Bipyridine Complexes of Iron(II) and Osmium(II).
62] Also, it has been successfully tested molecules such as porphyrins, phthalocyanines, viologens, and bipyridines in DSSCs, in table I, are summarized some examples of dyes for DSSCs and their conversion efficiencies.
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The best characterized FOCSs of this type are those which use immobilized ruthenium compounds (mainly bipyridines and phenanthrolines) to detect oxygen (3).
Di- and tetracarboxylate derivatives of pyridines, bipyridines and terpyridines as luminogenic reagents for time-resolved fluorometric determination of terbium and dysprosium.