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Structural, Thermal and Optical Studies of Oxypeucedanin Hydrate Monoacetate Micro-Crystals from Prangos pabularia

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Oxypeucedanin hydrate monoacetate (Mol. Formula = C18H18O7) micro-crystals were obtained by acetylation of oxy-peucedanin hydrate, a furanocoumarin, isolated from the roots of Prangos pabularia. The composition related structural, thermal and optical properties were investigated. All the crystals were found to have triclinic structure. From thermal studies of these crystals, stability, melting point and other relevant informations were obtained. Their blue emission, less absorption in entire visible range and band gap predicts these crystals as good candidate for modern optoelectronic devices.

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J. Ahmad Banday, F. Ahmad Mir, S. Farooq, M. Ahmad Qurishi, S. Koul and T. Kishen Razdan, "Structural, Thermal and Optical Studies of Oxypeucedanin Hydrate Monoacetate Micro-Crystals from Prangos pabularia," American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 3 No. 3, 2012, pp. 204-209. doi: 10.4236/ajac.2012.33029.

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