CM-1


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CM-1Crystal Mall 1 (Crystal City, Arlington, VA)
CM-1Confronting Membranes Type 1 (pathology)
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###N-H (3438.27 cm-1 and 3356.33 cm-1), O-H (3264.74 cm-1), C-H (2935.62 cm-1), C=O (1654.98 cm-1), N-H (1576.07 cm-1), C-N
###(1473.25 cm-1), C-O-H (1279.18 cm-1), and C-O-C (1109.10 cm-1 and 1069.08 cm-1).
###N-H and O-H (3361.47 cm-1), C-H (2878.38 cm-1), O-H (2362.21 cm-1), C=O (1646.18 cm-1 and 1582.36 cm-1), CH3 (1374.26
sharp stretching vibration at around 3469 cm-1 in C, due toNH2, shifted to 3215 cm-1 in 2.
We believe that CM-1 could be interpreted as symptomatic in this patient.
While CM-1 and CH seemed as unrelated diseases, determining the actual cause of CH is obviously difficult when these two pathological processes co-occur.
Before radiation treatment peaks were observed at 3741.90 cm-1(-NH), 2927.94 cm-1 (-CH2), 1745.58 cm-1, 1558.55 cm-1 (-N=N-), 1479.40 cm-1, 1388.75 cm-1 (- S=O), 1138.00 cm-1(-S=O), 1014.56 cm-1 (-C-Cl), 950.91 cm-1 (aromatic C=C double bond) and 754.17 cm-1(aromatic C=C double bond) corresponding to hydroxyl, amino, azo, sulfo and substituted benzene ring peaks.
FT-IR spectrum of irradiated dye displayed peaks at 3346.50 cm-1 and 1635.64 cm-1when irradiated at 10 kGy absorbed dose.
Span 60 showed characteristic peaks at 2916.75 cm-1 (OH str, broad), 2849.58 cm-1 (OH str, broad), 1734.65 cm-1 (cyclic 5-membred ring), 1467.56 cm-1 (CH3), and small peaks 1000 cm-1 to 1200 cm-1 (aliphatic) [17].
Similarly, the FTIR spectrum of tween 80 showed peaks at 3488.68 cm-1 (OH strong), 2867.61 cm-1 (OH strong), 1734.55 cm-1, 1457.50 cm-1 (CH3), 1349.60 cm-1 ( OH in plane), and 1097.17 cm-1 (COC acyclic) [20].
7-Hydrazinyl-1-phenyl-3-phenyldiazenyl-5- propyl-1H-pyrimido[4,5-e][1,3,4]thiadiazine 2g This compound was obtained as a blue powder in 85% yield, mp 265-266oC (dec); IR (KBr disk): n, 1750 cm-1, 2930 cm-1, 3340 cm-1 and 3440 cm-1; 1H-NMR: (CDCl3) d, 1.10 (t, 3H, CH3), 1.72 (sextet, 2H, CH2), 2.61 (t, 2H, 5-CH2), 4.2 (br, 2H, NH2), 6 (br, 1H, NH), 7.5-8 (m, 10H); m/z, 404.
This compound was obtained as a blue powder in 90% yield, mp 300-302 oC (dec); IR (KBr disk):n, 1770 cm-1, 3320 cm-1 and 3460 cm-1; 1H- NMR: (CDCl3) d, 4.2 (br, 2H, NH2), 6.2 (br, 1H, NH), 7.5-8.3 (m, 15H, aromatic); m/z, 438.