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Articles by M. Saidul Islam
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Saidul Islam
  Md. Yeamin Reza , Md. Belayet Hossain , M. Saidul Islam and Shahidul Alam
  Mixed-ligand transition metal complexes of Co(II) ions were synthesized, where, Malonic acid as a primary ligands and heterocyclic amine bases as a secondary ligands have been used, respectively. Moreover, mixed ligands transition metal complexes of Fe (III) ions were also synthesized by the same way. Their conventional physical and chemical analysis had been done. Their anti-bacterial and anti-fungal activity had been evaluated. Disc diffusion methods were employed for anti-microbial assays against fourteen pathogenic bacteria (five gram positive and nine gram negative) and fourteen fungi. The complexes containing 8-hyroxy-quinonline as secondary ligand were much more microbial activity than the other complexes. In addition, the complexes K[Co(II)(MO)(8-HQ)] shows the highest anti bacterial activity against all bacterial tasted (when, MO = C3H2O4 and 8-HQ = (C9H6NO).
  Chand Sultana , M. Aziz Abdur Rahman , M.A.A. Al-Bari , M.L.A. Banu , M. Saidul Islam , N. A. Khatune and Golam Sadik
  Three cadmium coordination complexes (cadmium deprotonated phthalyl pyridine [Cd(DPH)(Py)2, C1], cadmium deprotonated phthalyl 8-hydroxy quinoline [Cd(DPH)-8-HQ, C2] & cadmium deprotonated phthalyl isoquinoline [Cd(DPH)IQ, C3] and two addition compounds 1:1 antimony(III) chloride with acetophenone [SbCl3.C6H5COCH3, C4] & 1:1 arsenic(III)bromide with benzamide [AsBr3.C6H5CONH2, C5] were tested for their antimicrobial activity by disc diffusion and serial dilution methods. All the compounds were active against various test pathogenic organisms. The maximum antibacterial and antifungal activities were shown by the compound C4. The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of the compound C4 was determined against two Gram positive (Bacillus subtilis and Streptococcus ß-haemolyticus) and two Gram negative (Shilgella dysenteriae, Salmonella typhi) bacteria and the values were found between 4 and 16 μg ml-1.
 
 
 
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