KINETIC AND MECHANISTIC ASPECTS OF OXIDATION OF THIOLACTIC ACID WITH THALIUM (III) ACEDATEJournal: International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET) (Vol.8, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2017-04-30
Authors : JAWAHAR SUKUMARAN;
Page : 163-171
Keywords : thiolactic acid; Mechanistic Aspects; Thalium (III).;
The chemistry of thio-organic compounds in particular. Thiosemicarbazide and its derivative thiosemicarbazone is of interest due to their biological activity and applications. They are ant tubercular active and found to be active against influenza, protozoa, smallpox and certain kinds of tumour. They are also possible pesticides and fungicides. An exhaustive survey of literature on the use of T I (III) as oxidant in organic chemistry indicates that, it has not been used for the oxidation of sculpture-containing organic compounds. Although many reagents have been used for determining thioorganic compounds there are no reports on the mechanistic aspects of these reactions. The mechanistic aspects of the oxidation of thiolactic acid, is likely to add considerably to the data that one has on the oxidation of the other organic substrates. The present investigation is a part of our kinetic and mechanistic studies with thallium (III) acetate.
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