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|Title:||STUDIES ON THE METAL COMPLEXES OF SOME DIBASIC ACIDS|
|Authors:||Jain, Purshottam Kumar|
|Abstract:||The organic compounds containing salt forming groups e.g. (I)-COOH (II) - OH (in) >NH (IV) - S02H or SO-H (V) -NOH or NOOH (VI) - As(0H)2 or -As0(0H)2 are very important from analytical point of view. The metal chelates of such compounds have been widely used in medicinal, bio logical and industrial fields. The work described in this thesis deals with the studies on the metal complexes of some dibasic acids, viz. malonic, succinic, glutaric, adipic and diphenic acids. A major part of the thesis is devoted to the studies on the mixed ligand complexes containing these dibasic acids as primary and amino acids, amines and heterocyclic amines as secondary ligands. Although scanty details are available on the simple metal complexes of such dibasic acids, Wff* >t very little has been done on the characterisation of their mixed ligand chelates. Even simple metal complexes of some of the dibasic acids have yet to be investigated to add to the present state of knowledge. The present report comprises ijflC the details on the simple metal complexes of diphenic acid and the mixed ligand chelates of the others. The studies were planned merely to look into the structure and analytical behaviour of these metal complexes. A major portion of the investigation is devoted to ii the preparation of the metal complexes, their chemical analysis, composition, stability and their structure deter mination in solutions as x^ell as in solid state on the basis of IR, electronic spectra in solution, reflectance spectra, pH metric, magnetic and conductivity measurements. Mossbauer studies were also carried out in the case of iron (III) complexes. The thesis has been divided into three sections, viz. A, B, and 0.|
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