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).
2](VI) complexes of 4-[N-(3:4-methylene dioxy benzylidene) amino] antipyrine semicarbazone ([C.
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.
Pronina [3] studied the presence of ketones in shale oil as semicarbazones, but no data were given on individual compounds.