International Journal of Medicinal Chemistry / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

New Conjugates of Quinoxaline as Potent Antitubercular and Antibacterial Agents

Table 1

Physical data of the synthesized compounds.

Comp. code% yieldMelting point value max in nm (ethanol)

164212–13°C0.715247−0.06−0.292
262>300°C0.825272−0.03−0.942
3a (glucose)65290–92°C0.438298−1.89−1.192
3b (mannose)66269–71°C0.456297−1.89−1.192
3c (maltose)47>300°C0.628286−3.63−2.935
3d (lactose)44>300°C0.602286−3.63−2.935
3e (ribose)64286–88°C0.502292−1.36−0.811
3f (xylose)63224–15°C0.545293−1.36−0.811

TLC using silica gel GF254 and a mixture of chloroform and methanol (80 : 20% v/v). Values were calculated.

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