Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Abu-Dief

Professor - Professor of Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

Faculty of science

Address: Behind hospital of Sohag University - Ali Ebn Abi Taleb Street



Publications Which contain the keyword: Schiff base

2018-08-29 12:29:44 Keywords Schiff base, base hydrolysis,
Kinetics of base hydrolysis of novel low spin Fe(II) amino acid Schiff base chelates – Hydrophobic structural effects
The reactivity against OH− ion of some novel Fe(II) complexes of Schiff base ligands derived from salicylaldehyde or _o_‐hydroxynaphth‐aldehyde and some variety of amino acids has been examined in aqueous and aqua‐ethanol mixtures. The rate law and relevant mechanism were assumed. Base hydrolysis kinetics measurements revealed pseudo‐first‐order doubly stage rates because of the presence of mer‐ and fac‐isomers. The evaluated ... Read more

2018-08-29 12:49:50 Keywords amino acid, Schiff base,
Synthesis and characterization of some novel amino acid Schiff base Fe(II) complexes
New Fe(II) complexes of N-salicylidene- and N-naphthylideneamino acids (H2L) were prepared and characterized by elemental, electronic and IR spectral analyses, conductance and magnetic moment measurements and spectrophotometric determination of the stoichiometry. The stability and solubility of the prepared complexes were determined. The investigated Schiff bases exhibited monodentate divalent tridentate coordination and formed chelates of octahedral structures of the general formulae ... Read more

The synthesis of CuO and NiO nanoparticles by facile thermal decomposition of metal-Schiff base complexes and an examination of their electric, thermoelectric and magnetic Properties
In this study, CuO and NiO NPs have been synthesized by facile thermal decomposition of Schiff base complexes and their physical properties have been examined. The synthesized CuO and NiO NPs are crystallized in polycrystalline monoclinic and cubic structures with average particle size 17 ± 0.4 and 62 ± 1 nm, respectively. The electrical conductivity measurements confirm that the conduction ... Read more

The electric and thermoelectric properties of Cu(II)-Schiff base nano-complexes
have been widely investigated. However, their thermoelectric (TE) properties remain unreported. This work presents Cu(II)-Schiff base complexes as promising materials for TE power generation. Therefore, three Cu(II)-Schiff base complexes (namely, [Cu(C32H22N4O2)].3 2H2O, [Cu(C23H17N4O7Br)], and [Cu(C27H22N4O8)].H2O) have been synthesized in nanosized scale. The electric and TE properties have been studied and comprehensive discussions have been presented to promote the nano-complexes (NCs) ... Read more