Spectrochemical Investigation of di methoxy Aniline Dithiocarbamate metal complexes-Biological activity
Dithiocarbomates are a class of sulfur-based metal-chelating compounds commonly used in industry, agriculture, and medicine. 2,6 di methoxy Aniline dithiocarbamate Complexes of Copper and Ruthenium have been prepared and Characterized by Spectroscopic methods like IR,NMR and also analysis of Biological activity. The investigation of these complexes confirmed that the stability of metal–ligands coordination through, S & S,N atoms as bidendate chelates..
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