1959
DOI: 10.1021/j150574a037 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The behavior of eighteen metal 8-hydroxyquinolates upon heating in vacuo has been investigated. Many of the compounds were observed to sublime completely, without appreciable decomposition, over fairly narrow temperature ranges. The temperature range of volatilization was found to be a function of metal ion electronegativity for the divalent metal 8hydroxyquinolates. In contrast to this behavior, nearly all of the trivalent metal 8-hydroxyquinolates volatilized over the same temperature range, 250 to 350°. Sub… Show more

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“…On the basis of the relative decomposition (% wt. loss) and the nature of thermograms, the co-ordination polymers may be arranged in order in increasing stability as: Cu < Ni < Co < Mn This trend also coincides with the stability order already reported for the metal oxinates 31 and for coordination polymers of DDE 32 . The antimicrobial activity of DDE and its coordination polymers are presented in Table 3 and 4.…”
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“…On the basis of the relative decomposition (% wt. loss) and the nature of thermograms, the co-ordination polymers may be arranged in order in increasing stability as: Cu < Ni < Co < Mn This trend also coincides with the stability order already reported for the metal oxinates 31 and for coordination polymers of DDE 32 . The antimicrobial activity of DDE and its coordination polymers are presented in Table 3 and 4.…”
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“…Based on elemental analyses, there was no evidence that the polymers suffered any decomposition at 300 C in vacuum. This is comparable to the decomposition temperatures for monomeric 8-hydroxyquinoline chelates [8]. If the same structure/ property relations hold true for this class of polymers as for other polymers, one can still greatly improve on this high thermal stability by using the linking group -SO 2 -.…”
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“…As most-frequently reported in the literature, Cdq 2 can be synthesized by the reaction of the cadmium ion with excess 8-hydroxyquinoline. [16,17] For instance, Cdq 2 nanorods and nanoflowers were synthesized in an oleic acid/sodium oleate/ ethanol/hexane/H 2 O system at a Cd 2þ /q ratio of 1:2. [18] The reaction time, temperature, and reagent concentrations are the key factors in controlling the morphology of the Cdq 2 nanostructure at a q-excess condition.…”
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