Dandinasivara S. Mahadevappa

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A simple but accurate method for the estimation of glutathione in aqueous solution has been developed, based on its oxidation with chloramine-T and dichloramine-T at room temperature. The direct titration with a visual or potentiometric end-point involves a one-electron change, corresponding to the oxidation of the thiol group to disulphide. Most(More)
A simple but rapid and accurate method for the estimation of allyl in aqueous solution has been developed, based on its oxidation with chloramine-T at room temperature, in 0.5-1.0M hydrochloric acid medium. The reaction involves a two-electron change. The effect of such variables such as pH of the medium, presence of foreign ions and perchloric or sulphuric(More)
Chloramine-T (added in excess) oxidizes glutamic acid in various solvent media and the reaction is rapid and stoichiometric with a 4-electron change in buffers of pH 1-6, in 0.01 M sulphuric and perchloric acids and in 0.1M hydrochloric acid. A back-titration procedure using a pH-4 buffer or 0.1M hydrochloric acid as reaction medium has been developed.(More)
Ten organic aromatic halosulphonamides, both mono and dihalo compounds, ranging from chlorosulphonamides to iodosulphonamides, have been prepared and characterized by their infrared and NMR spectra and successfully used for determining thiocyanate in its metal salts and complexes. The proposed procedures are simple, rapid and reproducible, with an error of(More)
Dichloramine-B is proposed as a redox titrant in glacial acetic acid medium. The general conditions for its use and the procedures for estimating hydrazine, ascorbic acid, ferrocyanide, hydroquinone, oxine, antimony(III) and thallium(I) potentiometrically and allyl, crotyl and cinnamyl alcohols by a back-titration procedure are described.
The methods for direct titration of thiols with N-haloarylsulphonamides have been evaluated by studying the oxidation of 2-mercaptobenzoic acid, 2-mercaptopropionic acid, 3-mercaptopropionic acid, 2-naphthyl mercaptan, 2-mercaptoethanol, mercaptosuccinic acid, thiophenol, p-chlorothiophenol, butyl mercaptan and monothioglycerol, with chloramine-T (CAT),(More)
Oxidation of D-mannosamine (1), D-glucosamine (2), and D-galctosamine (3) by sodium N-chlorobenzenesulfonamide or chloramine-B (CAB) at 313 K is followed by a shortening of carbon chain and obeys the rate law, rate = k[CAB][sugar][HO(-)](x)(), where x is less than unity. The products are arabinonic acid, ribonic acid, and erythronic acid for 1 and 2 with(More)