J P Tandon
Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences
Volume 90 Issue 5 October 1981 pp 461-465 Inorganic and Analytical
Equimolar and bimolar reactions of zirconium isopropoxide with bibasic tridentate azomethine (AZH2) having the donor system ONO have been carried out and derivatives of the type Zr(OPr1)2(AZ) and Zr(AZ)2 [Where AZ2− is the anion of the azomethine molecule] have been isolated. The labile nature of the isopropoxy groups in 1∶1 derivatives has been shown by carrying out exchange reactions with equimolar amount of 2-methylpentane-2,4-diol. All the newly synthesized derivatives have been characterized on the basis of elemental analysis, conductance measurements, molecular weight determinations and infrared, ultraviolet, visible and proton magnetic resonance spectral studies.
Volume 93 Issue 8 December 1984 pp 1259-1264 Inorganic And Analytical
Some new derivatives of tin(II) have been synthesised by the reactions of anhydrous tin(II) chloride with biologically active monofunctional bidentate and bifunctional tridentate thio-Schiff bases in oxygen-free nitrogen atmosphere using tetrahydrofuran as the reaction medium. The ligands used in these studies are the condensation products of S-benzyl dithiocarbazate with various aldehydes and ketones. An attempt has been made to probe their structures by elemental analyses, molecular weight determination, conductivity measurement and
Volume 94 Issue 3 June 1985 pp 509-513 Inorganic and Analytical
Equimolar reactions of Bu2SnO and Ph2SnO with azomethines derived by the condensation of salicyladehyde with some well known sulphadrugs
Volume 98 Issue 4 May 1987 pp 265-268 Inorganic and Analytical
Some new adducts of tin(II) have been synthesized by the reaction of anhydrous stannous chloride with monofunctional bidentate and bifunctional tetradentate Schiff bases in an oxygen-free nitrogen atmosphere using tetrahydrofuran as the reaction medium. An attempt has been made to probe their structures by elemental analyses, molecular weight determination, conductivity measurement, and IR1H NMR and Mössbauer spectra.
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