Natural Fruit Waste used as Nano-green Catalysts in Schiff Base Reaction of Different Derivatives of Aromatic Amines and Benzaldehydes

Sonia Sorout, Sneha Naik, Richa Tiwari, Padmini Panjikar, Rattan Singh, Harish Kumar and Manmohan Singh Chauhan

Abstract

The existence of multifunctional groups in kinnow peel waste has led to a multitude of reported applications, despite its easy and inexpensive availability. As a result, we investigated its use in the current work to create N-benzylideneaniline and its derivatives via the Schiff base reaction. We have also developed salicylaldehyde based ligand and form the metal (Cu and Co) complexes of it. Kinnow peel powder’s functional groups, shape, surface, elements, and thermal stability are assessed using transmission emission spectroscopy (TEM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM).

Published on: March 08, 2024
doi: 10.17756/jfcn.2024-s1-006
Citation: Sorout S, Naik S, Tiwari R, Panjikar P, Singh R, et al. 2024. Natural Fruit Waste used as Nano-green Catalysts in Schiff Base Reaction of Different Derivatives of Aromatic Amines and Benzaldehydes. J Food Chem Nanotechnol 10(S1): S42-S46.

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