Lecturer at the University of Kerbala has published a paper in the Ukrainian international magazine CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY.

Prof. Dr. Haider Hamed Mohsen from the Department of Chemistry at the Faculty of Science has published research in the Ukrainian international CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY within Scopus containers at an impact factor of 1.5.
Mohsen has reported his research on the preparation, characterization and biological activity of mixtures of ligands (iminebenzidine and 1,10-phenanthroline) for the Fe(II), Co(II), Ni(II), and Cu(II) ions, where the binuclear metal complexes of the metal ions Fe(II), Co(II), (Ni(II) and Cu(II) were prepared by the reaction of the primary ligand (imine of benzidine) (H2L) and the secondary ligand (1,10-phenanthroline) ( L`) with the mentioned ions in a molar ratio 1: 2: 2, respectively. The process of heat escalation was carried out for 3 hours, after which the formed solid complexes were filtered and washed in suitable solvents to complete the purification process. The complexes were diagnosed using elemental analysis techniques CHN and FT-IR UV-VIS, magnetic sensitivity, molar conductivity, 1H-NMR, and TGA-DTA.
Mohsen has concluded from his research by preliminary analysis and other spectroscopic measurements that all the complexes take an octahedral shape, except for the copper complex, which is in the shape of a flat square. In addition, all the prepared complexes are completely stable and can be kept for months without any significant change. The antibacterial activity of the prepared compounds was evaluated by two types of Gram-negative bacteria (Kelbsiella and Proteus). It is considered on bacteria more than the antibiotic amikacin.

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