Synthesis and evaluation of ?-hydroxy fatty acid-derived heterocyclic compounds with potential industrial interest
Keywords:Antimicrobial properties, Heterocyclic derivatives, Physical properties, Surface active agents
T2-Hydroxyheptadecanoic acid chloride (2) reacted with anthranilic acid to produce 2-substituted-3,1-benzoxazin-4-one (3) which was used as starting material to synthesize some condensed and non-condensed heterocyclic compounds by reaction with nitrogen nucleophiles e.g., hydrazine hydrate, and formamide. The products were subjected to reaction with different moles of propylene oxide (n = 5, 10, 15) to produce a novel group of nonionic compounds having a double function as antibacterial and surface active agents which can be used in the manufacturing of drugs, cosmetics, pesticides or can be used as antibacterial and/or antifungal additives. The surface active properties as surface and interfacial tension, cloud point, foaming height, wetting time, and emulsification power were determined, the antimicrobial and biodegradability were also screened.
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