semicarbazone


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semicarbazone

[‚sem·i′kär·bə‚zōn]
(organic chemistry)
R2C:N2HCONH2 A condensation product of an aldehyde or ketone with semicarbazide.
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It has been noticed that the amide-II band get shifted towards the lower energy side compared to that of the semicarbazone.
1] in these semicarbazones apparently has a large contribution from the v(C=N) mode of semicarbazone moiety (Masond et al 1998).
Mode of co-ordination (2a) Bonding in Semicarbazone Complexes
In the complex reported thiocyanato groups are axial ligands and provide a stronger ligand field than that of semicarbazone.
The excess solvent was removed under reduced pressure and the resulting crude product in each case was purified by column chromatography using silica gel and eluent (CHCl3/MeOH; 9/1) to afford the corresponding semicarbazone.
Mojzych, Semicarbazone and Thiosemicarbazone of 5-acetyl-3-(methylsulfa- nyl)-1,2,4-triazine, Molbank, M434 (2005).
Pronina [3] studied the presence of ketones in shale oil as semicarbazones, but no data were given on individual compounds.
Khan, Synthesis of Some New Coumarin Incorporated Thiazolyl Semicarbazones as Anticonvulsants.
Stables, Anticonvulsant Properties of Various Acetylhydrazones, Oxamoylhydrazones and Semicarbazones derived from Aromatic and Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds, Eur.
Gonzalez, Development of Second Generation Amidinohydrazones, Thio- and Semicarbazones as Trypanosoma cruzi inhibitors bearing benzofuroxan and benzimidazole 1,3- dioxidecore scaffolds, Med.