Synthesis and Characterization of Some Nano Composites of Derivations Benzimidazole and Study its activity anti bacteria and antifungal
In this study, various nanoparticles were prepared for graphene plates, which were activated by using benzimidazole compounds. Oxidation penetrates between layers within the graphite crystals to remove the layers partially or completely through chemical peeling, the nanoparticle of the graphene was prepared in two steps. The first step was the preparation of the graphene oxide (GO) (Hummer method) through the interaction of active groups. In the caravan structures with oxidation and acid factors for the preparation of the graphene oxide. The seconde step was synthesis of benzimidazole derivatives from the reaction of the compound 4-methyl ortho phenylline diamine and ortho phenylline diamine with different carboxylic acids in the presence of ammonium chloride as a catalyst, using microwave irradiation method. The thierde step was the reaction of the nano graphene oxide with benzimidazole derivatives. The effect of some nano Composites on the growth of one fungi of the yeast species Candida and the isolates of bacteria from Bacillus Puimilus and Nystatin for fungi and neomycin sulfate for bacteria have been used. and the results indicate that the nano Composites have the ability to inhibit the used fungi and bacteria
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