Study of the structure and reactivity of nitrogen-containing derivatives of carbonyl compounds
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The arylhydrazones of methylglyoxal and diketobutyric acid are reduced in buffer solutions in two steps: in the first step reduction takes place to the aromatic amine and aminoketone, with an expenditure of four electrons. In the second step there is a two-electron reduction of the aminoketone.
In unbuffered aqueous and alcohol solutions, the electrode processes include only the first step.
An important role of adsorption of the molecules of the substances studied in the processes occurring on the electrode was detected.
KeywordsAlcohol Carbonyl Carbonyl Compound Alcohol Solution Aromatic Amine
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