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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2021.19.11.NQ21178

Triazole-Anil and Triazol-Azo Reagents (Creation, Spectral Categorization, Scanning Microscopy, Thermal Analysis)

Aymen Abdul Rasool Jawad and Dr. Nagham Mahmood Aljamali


The last decades of this century witnessed a wide interest in three heterogeneous compounds, especially nitrogen atoms, which were represented by triazole rings and their derivatives, whose effects were studied in the widest medical and pharmaceutical journals and as anti-cancer agents and other groups that are characterized by the presence of electronic pairs, which have given greater importance for this reason. In order to increase the effectiveness of any compound, it must include in its composition active groups, donor groups, or electron pairs, and this has been proven by researchers in biochemistry, coordination research, reagent chemistry, reagents, analytical chemistry, estimation of elements and ions in river water and environmental models. Extensive studies have been conducted for the reagents under study to determine their chemical structures through microscopic technical examinations, spectroscopic techniques (Uv-Vis, FT.IR, H.NMR, Mass)–spectra, also Analytical studies like: {Thermal study, TLC–Technique, Scanning Electron Microscopy (FESEM)} and other physico-chemical measurements.


Triazole, Anil, Azo, Scanning Microcopy, Heterocycle, Reagent.

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