A Study on Thermal Degradation of Hydrazinated Transition Metal Acetamido Benzoates

A Study on Thermal Degradation of Hydrazinated Transition Metal Acetamido Benzoates

A research has been performed and published here on the preparation of hydrazinated metal complexes of isomeric acetamide benzoic acids with Co, Ni , Zn and Cd metals and characterization using analytical, FT IR, UV reflectance, micro elemental analysis, simultaneous TG-DTA, powder XRD, measurements of magnetic susceptibility and SEM-EDX studies. H2O, where M = Co, Cd and Zn; [M(3-acamb)2(Hz)].H2O, where M = Ni and Co and [M(3-acamb)2(Hz)].H2O, where M = Ni and Co and [M(3-acamb)2(Hz)].2H2O, where M = Cd and Zn; [Co(4-acamb)2(Hz)].H2O and [M(4-acamb)2(Hz)].2H2O, where M = Ni, Cd and Zn, 2-acambH = 2-acetamide benzoic acid, 3acambH = 3-acetamide benzoic acid, 4-acambh = 4-acetamide benzoic acid, 4-acambh = 4-acetamide benzoic acid, and 4-acetamide benzoic acid Uh. N2H4. Among these, the 2-acambH and 4-acambH Ni , Co and Cd complexes were obtained at pH 5 and 6, respectively, while the Zn complexes of both acids were generated at pH 3. At pH 5, 3-acambH complexes were prepared. The N-N stretching frequency absorptions are shown by the IR spectra of the compounds in the range of 984-926 cm-1, suggesting hydrazine’s bridging bidentate coordination. In the range 1611-1582 cm-1 and in the range 1555-1422 cm-1 the compounds display the values of ¤(C = O)(asym) and the values of Å(C = O)(sym). The difference between (C = O) (asym) and (C = O) (sym), which is found to be 48-162 cm-1, indicates that in the bidendate mode, the carboxylate anion is coordinated with the metal ion. These complexes first remove water molecules in the 140-177oC range and then undergo oxidative decomposition, exhibiting exotherms to their metal oxides in the 200-278oC and 400-682oC range. Complexes of cadmium and zinc reveal their intermediates as carbonates. The electronic spectrum and the susceptibibi magnet

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Dr. E. Helen Pricilla Bai
Department of Chemistry, Park College of Engineering and Technology, Kaniyur, Coimbatore-641 659, India.

Dr. S. Vairam
Department of Chemistry, KPR institute of Engineering and Technology, Arasur, Coimbatore – 641407, Tamil Nadu, India.

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