Sample records for benzoinoxime

  1. Precipitation separation of molybdeum-99 by α-benzoinoxime in simulated radioactive solution

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    This study investigated separation efficiency of molybdenum-99 and removal percentage of the other nuclides with the adding methods of α-benzoinoxime and the dissolution methods of precipitate formed in a simulated radioactive solution composed of eight elements (Mo, I, Ru, Zr, Ce, Cr, Nd, Sr) that was added tracer level radioactive iostopes. Molybdenum-99 could be separated perfectly by α-benzoinoxime regardless of adding method as molybdenum-99 of 100 % was precipitated. Physical treatment like the adding method of α-benzoinoxime didn't affect the precipitation behavior of the other nuclides such 131I, 103Ru, and 95Zr. Precipitation process of molubdeum-99 by α-benzoinoxime was optimal at the batch type adding and dissolution in 0.4 N sodium hydroxide during 20 minutes. At this condition, molybdenum-99 of 97.1% was separated and the decontamination factor of 131I, 103Ru, and 95Zr was 4.8, 45.5 and 27.8, respectively

  2. Alpha-benzoinoxime. Extracting agent for uranium(VI), tungsten(VI), molybdenum(VI) and some transition metals of the iron family

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    The effect of pH on the percent extraction of vanadium(V), iron(II), cobalt(II), nickel(II), copper(II), molybdenum(VI), tungsten(VI) and uranium(VI) by α-benzoinoxime in different solvents has been studies. The maximum recovery is not appreciably affected by the nature of the solvent, but occurs at different pH values for different metals. The pH corresponding to maximum extraction increases with increasing hydrolysis pK of the species in aqueous solution, and decreases with increasing stability constant of the complexes formed. Alpha-benzoinoxime allows the separation of these metal ions into three groups: V(V), Mo(VI) and W(VI) are extracted at pH=2, U(VI) at pH=5, Fe(II), Cu(II), Co(II) and Ni(II) at around pH=10. (author) 13 refs.; 2 figs.; 1 tab

  3. Activation determination of copper in food

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    Neutron activation analysis was used for determining copper content in food. Analyzed were dried milk, flour, coffee, tea, husked rice, and liver. Bowen's kale powder with a guaranteed copper content of 3.6 to 6.5 ppm was used as a reference biological material. The instruments, chemicals and solutions used are reported. The method is described of copper separation with α-benzoinoxime and pyridine as is the procedure for the destructive activation analysis of samples. The copper concentrations in the foods under analysis were found to range within usual limits. The copper concentration determined in the reference material agreed with the measured value. The analysis confirms that the method yields reliable results. (J.B.)

  4. Co (II and Zn (II Metal Complexes of Heterocyclic Schiff Bases: A Synthesis, Spectral and Antimicrobial Study

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    Sachin R. Joshi


    Full Text Available The Schiff bases have been synthesised by the reaction of Benzoinoxime primary ligand with heterocyclic compounds such as 2-aminothiazole (SL1 and 8-hydroxyquinoline (SL2 to form the secondary ligand, which than react with the metal halides to form complexes of Co (II and Zn (II. The elemental analysis data shows that the metal to ligand ratio in all Co (II simple is 1:2 for simple complexes and 1:2:2 for metal complex with oxime as a primary ligand and SL1 as a secondary ligand while it is 1:2:1 for metal complex with oxime as a primary ligand and SL3 as a secondary ligand whereas Zn (II complexes of mixed ligand exhibit the stoichiometry 1:2:2. The structural features have been determined from IR, UV-Vis, and XRD data. All the complex shows a distorted octahedral geometry to mononuclear Co (II complexes of mixed ligands, while square planner geometry to mononuclear Co (II complexes of oximes. Zn (II complexes of mixed ligands shows a distorted octahedral geometry, while square planner geometry to mononuclear Zn (II complexes of oximes. All the synthesised compounds were screened for antimicrobial activity.

  5. Magnetic properties of single crystal alpha-benzoin oxime: An EPR study

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    The electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectra of gamma irradiated single crystals of alpha-benzoinoxime (ABO) have been examined between 120 and 440 K. Considering the dependence on temperature and the orientation of the spectra of single crystals in the magnetic field, we identified two different radicals formed in irradiated ABO single crystals. To theoretically determine the types of radicals, the most stable structure of ABO was obtained by molecular mechanic and B3LYP/6-31G(d,p) calculations. Four possible radicals were modeled and EPR parameters were calculated for the modeled radicals using the B3LYP method and the TZVP basis set. Calculated values of two modeled radicals were in strong agreement with experimental EPR parameters determined from the spectra. Additional simulated spectra of the modeled radicals, where calculated hyperfine coupling constants were used as starting points for simulations, were well matched with experimental spectra. - Highlights: ► Magnetic properties of alpha-benzoin oxime were investigated, which has not yet been studied by EPR. ► Two stable radicals were found out in the irradiated alpha-benzoin oxime single crystal. ► The behavior of the radicals produced by irradiation are interesting and considerable. ► The effect of irradiation on oxime derivatives is important because of their usage in life.