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Electrochemical reduction of 4-(substituted) acetophenone salicylyl hydrazones has been carried out in Britton- Robinson buffers in the pH range of 1.1 to 10.1 containing 50% V/V dimethylformamide. The compounds exhibit a well-defined wave at DME and well-defined cathode peak at HMDE. A plausible mechanism has been suggested on the basis of number of protons and electrons involved in the reduction process.
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Author(s): Ramana Kumar Kakarla and Srilalitha Vinnakota
Electrochemical behaviour, hydrazones, microbial activity, reduction., acetophenone