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Articles by Iclal Bulut
Total Records ( 3 ) for Iclal Bulut
  Ibrahim Ucar , Iclal Bulut , Ahmet Bulut and Orhan Buyukgungor
  The diaqua(ethylisonicotinate)(pyridine-2,6-dicarboxylato)nickel(II) monohydrate complex was synthesized and characterized by spectroscopic (IR, UV/vis), X-ray diffraction and electrochemical methods. The Ni(II) ion is bonded to dipicolinate (dpc) through pyridine N atom and one O atom of each carboxylate group, two aqua ligands and N pyridine atom of ethylisonicotinate (ein), form the distorted octahedral geometry. The molecules are connected via O-H ··· O hydrogen bonds, forming  GCOO_A_292873_O_XML_IMAGES\GCOO_A_292873_O_ILM0001.gif motifs in three dimensional networks. IR and UV-Vis spectroscopies agree with the observed crystal structure. The voltammetric behaviour of the complex was investigated in aqueous solution by square-wave and cyclic voltammetry using a NH3/NH4Cl buffer. The square-wave voltammogram of the complex yields three reduction peaks at -0.88, -1.20 and -1.28 V. The irreversible reduction as a shoulder at -1.20 V is due to Ni-dpc-ein complex. The peak at -0.88 V corresponds to irreversible electrode process of Ni(II)-ein complex while the peak at -1.28 V is attributed to the reduction of the coordinated dpc ligands.
  Iclal BULUT , IbrahimR UCAR and Canan KAZAK
  Nickel(II) dipicolinate complex containing 2-amino-4- methylpyrimidine (2A-4Mpy), [Ni(2A-4Mpy)(dpc) (H2O)2] . 2H2O was synthesized in solid state and its structural and spectroscopic properties were determined by XRD, IR, and UV-Vis techniques. The crystal data revealed that the Ni complex is in triclinic crystal systems with space group P-1 and Z = 2. The Ni(II) ion is bonded to dipicolinate ligand through pyridine N atom together with one O atom of each carboxylate group, 2 aqua ligands, and the N atom of 2-amino-4-methylpyrimidine, forming distorted octahedral geometry. IR and UV-Vis spectra of the complexes all agree with the observed crystal structure.
  Iclal BULUT
  The voltammetric behaviour of acetazolamide, the systemic carbonic anhydrase inhibitor, in the presence of some metal ions (Cu(II), Ni(II), and V(V)) were investigated using square-wave and cyclic voltammetry in physiological pH (pH 7.4). Square-wave voltammogram of acetazolamide in the absence of metal ions gave only 1 reduction peak at -1.65 V attributed to a catalytic hydrogen peak. Three reversible peaks at -0.068, -0.262, and -0.434 V were observed for the solutions containing both copper(II) ions and acetazolamide in the SWV. The peak at -0.434 V was attributed to Cu(II)-acetazolamide complex. In the presence of acetazolamide, copper-acetazolamide complex formation was proved by a reversible peak with 2 electron transfers at -0.450 V. Complex formation of an adduct of trioxovanadate(V) with acetazolamide onto dropping mercury electrode was followed by a reduction peak at -0.480 V. Ni(II)-acetazolamide complex was observed to reduce at the more positive potential (-0.830 V) than that of the hydrated Ni(II) ions (-1.200 V) implying that acetazolamide is a catalyst for Ni(II) reduction at a mercury electrode. The UV-vis spectra of all the acetazolamide complexes were also discussed.
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