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Hydroxytriazenes and Triazenes
The Versatile Framework, Synthesis, and Medicinal Applications

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ISBN 9781138597204
October 1, 2020 Forthcoming by CRC Press
120 Pages

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Book Description

Organic chemistry research has moved rapidly towards synthesis and medicinal application of Nitrogen containing compounds such as triazenes, triazines and hydroxytriazenes due to their excellent biological activities. Many of them are presently in clinical trials. Triazene compounds have excellent medicinal properties and limited toxicity. Hydroxytriazenes are excellent chelating agents for transition metals. Newer studies show very promising biological and medicinal applications of these classes of compounds. Hydroxytriazenes and Triazenes: The Versatile Framework, Synthesis and Medicinal Applications highlights synthetic methods, recent advances, and potential applications of triazines, triazenes and hydroxytriazenes.

This book includes holistic information on synthetic methods for novel compounds based on this moiety, up-to-date information on the how and why of their diverse or even multi-targeted medicinal application, and future state of the art of both aspects.

Other features include:

  • Highlights recent advances and diverse possible applications of biological functions.
  • Covers the chemistry of triazines, triazene and hydroxytriazene systems.
  • On the basis of in-silico predictions, the present book highlights synthetic methods and their applications.
  • A valuable source of information for those actively engaged in medicinal chemistry, drug discovery, and synthetic organic chemistry.

Table of Contents

Introduction: State of the art and futuristic prospects. Synthesis of triazenes. Applications of triazenes in organic synthesis. Synthesis of Hydroxytriazenes and their application .Medicinal applications of Triazenes and Hydroxytriazenes. Hydroxytriazenes and Triazene based metal complexes and their application.

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Dr. A .K .Goswami (Retired professor) UGC BSR Fellow worked in the department of Chemistry,M L Sukhadia University ,Udaipur India for more than 33 years on various capacities. He has been actively working on medicinal application of Hydroxytriazenes and their metal complexes.He has enormously contributed in this field by publishing more than 130 research papers, ten reviews in addition to several books. He has supervised 30 doctoral students for their Ph.D. He served Department of Chemistry, Kenyatta University Nairobi for two years as a visiting faculty and has presented his research in countries such as USA, Japan, South Africa, and Kenya to mention a few. He is Vice President of Indian Society for Chemists and Biologists and is President of Society for Promotion of Science Education and Research (SPSER) where he is presently working on projects related to teaching and popularising science in rural areas and economically weaker sections of the society.

Dr. K. L. Ameta is working as a Professor at the Department of Chemistry, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Mody University of Science and Technology, Lakshmangarh, Rajasthan, India. Also, he is the Coordinator, Research and Development, SLAS, Mody University. He received his doctorate degree in Organic Chemistry from M. L. Sukhadia University, Udaipur, India in the year 2002. He has vast experience of teaching both graduate and postgraduate level students. His research area involves synthesis, characterization and biological evaluation of different sized bioactive heterocyclic systems. In addition, to this he has keen interests in heterogeneous catalyzed organic synthesis and photocatalysis. He has about 60 research articles in journals of national and international repute.

Dr. Shahnawaz Khan is currently working as an Assistant Professor at Department of Chemistry, Prince College Sikar. He has completed his Ph.D from Medicinal & Process Chemistry Division, CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute Lucknow India (A National Federal Research Laboratory of Government of India). Dr. Khan has worked as Prestigious D.S Kothari postdoctoral fellow at Department of Chemistry, University of Rajasthan, during 2014-2017. He has published more than 30 research papers in international journals of repute. Dr. Khan has participated in various conferences of national and international repute.