Synthesis and biological activity of Schiff bases derived from dehydroabietylamine and benzaldehyde derivatives
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Previously unknown Schiff bases were prepared from dehydroabietylamine and substituted benzaldehydes. Their physicochemical properties were determined, and the bactericidal activity toward some microorganisms was evaluated.
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- Synthesis and biological activity of Schiff bases derived from dehydroabietylamine and benzaldehyde derivatives
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry
Volume 80, Issue 8 , pp 1373-1375
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- 1. Institute of Chemical Processing of Wood Products, Academy of Wood of Chinese People’s Republic, Nankin, China
- 2. Lesma Research and Promotion Firm, Limited Liability Company, Nizhni Novgorod, Russia