phenanthroline


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phenanthroline

[fə′nan·thrə‚lēn]
(organic chemistry)
C12H8N2 Any of three nitrogen bases related to phenanthrene; the ortho form is an oxidation-reduction indicator, turning faint blue when oxidized.
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Key Words:Mixed - Ligand complexes, 1,10 - Phenanthroline, Sarcosine, Magnetic Stirring, FT - IR, spectral studies etc.
1979) and the iron in the extracts was measured photometrically at 492 nm using the phenanthroline method (Merck 1974).
However, in the phenanthroline method solutions of the complexes with o-phenanthroline are stable, and the Fe(III) bound in the complex is resistant to oxidation.
DNA photocleavage and anticancer activity of terpyridine copper(II) complexes having phenanthroline bases, Polyhedron, ISSN: 0277-5387, 29, 2787-2794 (2007).
To avoid possible interference from ferrous iron and sulfite, these two parameters were tested using the phenanthroline method 8146 and colorimetric method of Jones (2001), respectively.
Nichols et al [10] described that simple, manual grinding of divalent first-row halides or nitrates with phenanthroline resulted in clear color changes of the [[M[(Phen).
At laboratory conditions, 21 C, the simulations confirmed that phenanthroline would form a stable monolayer.
The complex was synthesized in only two minutes by manually grinding nickel nitrate with phenanthroline.
Rebeiz N, Rebeiz CC, Arkins Z, Kelley KW:Photodestruction of tumour cells by induction of endogenous accumulation of protoporphyrin 9:enhancement by 1,10 phenanthroline.
01 mg/L, was measured by the colorimeter using 1,10 Phenanthroline at dilution factors of 1, 2, 5, 10, and 25, as required based on a detection limit of 3.
The results obtained for protease assays in the presence of inhibitors showed that 1,10 phenanthroline inhibited 84% [+ or -] 2SD of the total activity, indicating the presence of high levels of metalloproteases in the sample.