The Role of Schiff Bases in Dyes Techniques Applications: A Review

Author(s): K. M. Abuamer, M. M. El-ajaily ,A. A. Maihub and F. M. Elarbi

The ketimine and aldimineare of such important products representing the Schiff bases synthesis protocols in the condensation of primary amine groups with aromatic containing compounds or substituted related compounds with carbonyl group of salicylaldehyde which representsthe phenolic hydroxyl group as the most im-portant part of salicylaldehyde. All can be synthesized and applied in different applications designed for to study the behaviour of such compounds. The complexes containing such Schiff bases can be synthesized by directmixing of the Schiff base with metal ions in appropriate organic solvents using traditional refluxing techniques. Metal ions such as Ni(II) has been introduced to justify the coordination process of the Schiff base behaviour and metal com-plexes. The elucidation and the study of the resultedSchiff bases and their complexes compounds have been per-formed with several physical properties. The different physiochemical tools which have been applied in this studies are melting and boiling points, molar conductivity and infrared spectroscopy, in order only to confirm the chemical structures of the produced products and to justify the pathway of our goal to the dyes techniques in which the Schiff bases will become and play roles in this field. The measurements guide us with respect to the activity of the Schiff bases to apply them to dyes techniques as a goal for this research project programme. Very interesting results havebeen obtained. That encouragesus to investigate in such applications as new tools for researchers to get deep far away from the classical experiments in doing successful chemistry to open wild point of views for the future of coor-dinate compounds.


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