Title : Synthesis and characterization of semicarbazide based U(VI) complexes and their application in electrochemical sensors
Diverse research have been reported for designing a sensor by caring open chain and macrocyclic compounds operating system through transition metal, which display a rich and versatile redox activity. Chemical sensors are devices, which can deliver realtime and online information on the presence of specific compounds or ions in complex samples. These sensors are useful in analysis of food products, drinking water, beverages, fertilizers, soil industrial effluents etc. These sensors based on electroactive materials and provide a rapid and convenient means for quantitative estimation of anions and cations in biological and industrial samples.The aim of present work is to synthesize Schiff based metal complexes of U (VI) ion. Schiff based metal complexes of semicarbazide with transition metals have received much attention because of their significant electrochemical activity in Ion selective electrodes. U (VI) metal complexes of Schiff base can be employed as ionophore to develop chemical sensors for their application as sensors and in potentiometric titrations as indicator electrode.