On condensation of the Schiff-base with formaldehyde and resorcinol, the aromatic ring protons appeared in the range 6.79-7.76 ppm as a multiplet
signals and the azomethine proton appeared at 8.46 ppm.
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Area under the curve of the [sup.1]H-NMR spectra was integrated for the glutathione signals (GSSG, oxidized form, multiplet
at 4.75 ppm; GSH, reduced form, multiplet
at 4.56 ppm).
The [.sup.1]H-NMR spectrum for compounds 4-6 showed significant peaks as the following singlet in the range (2.68-3.24 ppm) due to (C[H.sub.2]) group,(6,25-6.39 ppm) to (CH) group in the ring, while the aromatic part showed multiplet
in the range (7.14-8.29 ppm), also the protons of (SH) group were appeared in the range (13.35-12.93 ppm).
We further observed that the Matrix Calogero models and (at v = 0) the free particle multiplet
exhibit (relativistic) higher-spin symmetries.
In the aromatic region, the [sup.1]H NMR spectra of 1 and 2 consist of two multiplets
corresponding to the protons of the condensed benzene ring (C5H and C8H, and C6H and C7H, resp.), with the chemical shifts significantly differing from those of the uncoordinated qx and qz ligands.
The spectrum also has multiplet
signals between 6 7.0 and 7.50 ppm from the thien-2-yl ring.
Still, the nickel oxide spectra pose a number of obstacles like complex multiplet
splitting, satellite appearance and plasmon loss structures, which makes it difficult to assess the nature of the oxidized nickel species in detail .
The [sup.1]H NMR also revealed the presence of two doublet of doublets ([delta] 4.11 - [delta] 4.13; [delta] 4.27 - [delta] 4.28) and a multiplet
([delta] 5.24) (Table 2) which is characteristic of the protons on the glyceryl moiety of triacylglycerols.
The four olefinic protons (H-13, H-14 and H-31, H-32) are an overlapping multiplet
at 5.35 ppm, whereas the oxygenated methylene (H-23) is a downfield triplet at 4.05 ppm.
The abbreviations used are as follows: s: singlet; d: doublet; m: multiplet
On the other hand, the pronounced XAS multiplet
structure at the Co [L.sub.2,3] edges for the as-deposited film (Figure 4(b)) arises from Coulomb and exchange interactions between 2p core hole and 3d valence states and is typical for a [Co.sup.2+] ion.