Synthesis of Schiff's Bases from 2-Amino-4H-1, 3-Oxazine / Thiazine and Substituted Aldehydes and their Transition Metal Complexes
International Journal of Current Science Research and Review
Objective: Many methods can be found in literature for the synthesis a Oxazines and Thiazines. Few are reported for one-pot multi component cyclo-condensation of an alkayane urea / Thiourea and Aldehyde to 2- amino-4H-1, 3-Oxazines or Thiazines. Different catalysts are reported like Trifluoro-acetic acid, glacial acetic acid under reflux condition Mandal and Co-workers have utilized perchloric acid (HClO4) supported on silica gel as catalyst under solvent free condition ytterbium trifluorate
... (OTF)3] plays role of Lewis acid. It is also used in several Diel's-Alder cyclo-addition reactions. Inspired these observations, development of simple effective synthetic strategy for the synthesis of 2-amino-4H-1, 3-Oxazium & Thiazines was attempted. Material and Methods: One pot multi-component synthesis of Schiff's base as new ligand an their complexes with Ni, Fe, Co and Cu and developed using 2-amino-4H-1,3 Oxazines /Thiazines and substituted Aldehydes, different catalyst are used to synthesize of 2-amino 4H-1,3 Oxazines. Its characterization is confirmed by taking IR, NMR spectra. The Schiff's base act as ligand is bidentate, when it is treated to metal complexes in 1:1 ratio (metal: ligand) complexes are formed. Result: By using the bioactive molecules like 2-amino-4H-1, 3 Oxazine / Thiazines, Schiff's Bases can be synthesized by using different aldehydes. These Schiff's Bases has antitumor, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory property. And these Schiff's bases treated with bioactive metals like Co, Fe, Cu, Zn which enhances their bio-activity. Conclusion: All these synthesized Schiff' Bases and their metal complexes having bioactive properties.