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Synthesis of silver abietate as an antibacterial agent for textile applications.

Yıldız A, Değirmencioğlu M - Bioinorg Chem Appl (2015)

Bottom Line: The new compounds were characterized by (1)H NMR, (13)C NMR, DEPT, IR, UV, and ESI-MS techniques which support the proposed structures.Stability of antibacterial effect after repeated washings (3, 5, 10, and 20) was also tested which indicated that the synthesized silver abietate compound could be used as a new antibacterial agent in textile industry.In this way, the compound has been synthesized the first time in the literature and the applications have been investigated.

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Affiliation: Namık Kemal University, Corlu Engineering Faculty, 59860 Tekirdağ, Turkey.

ABSTRACT
This study explored the potential use of new silver abietate obtained from abietic acid as an antibacterial agent for textile applications. Synthesis, structure, and antibacterial studies of silver abietate compound are reported. Silver complex was obtained reacting abietic acid with silver. The new compounds were characterized by (1)H NMR, (13)C NMR, DEPT, IR, UV, and ESI-MS techniques which support the proposed structures. The new Ag abietate complex has no environmental hazard, its antibacterial activities were evaluated after being applied to cotton fabric by padding process according to the JIS L 1902-2008 agar diffusion test method and against three Gram-negative and three Gram-positive bacteria, respectively. Stability of antibacterial effect after repeated washings (3, 5, 10, and 20) was also tested which indicated that the synthesized silver abietate compound could be used as a new antibacterial agent in textile industry. In this way, the compound has been synthesized the first time in the literature and the applications have been investigated.

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Mentions: In this study, the potential use of abietate known as saturated hydrocarbons was explored as an antibacterial agent in the textile industry by following the two main steps of (1) synthesis and characterization of antibacterial agent and (2) use of synthesized antibacterial agent in textile applications. Silver abietate compound (the naphthenate silver complex) with white color was synthesized from the reaction of abietic acid with silver salt. The synthesis reaction of silver abietate compound is shown in Scheme 1.


Synthesis of silver abietate as an antibacterial agent for textile applications.

Yıldız A, Değirmencioğlu M - Bioinorg Chem Appl (2015)

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Mentions: In this study, the potential use of abietate known as saturated hydrocarbons was explored as an antibacterial agent in the textile industry by following the two main steps of (1) synthesis and characterization of antibacterial agent and (2) use of synthesized antibacterial agent in textile applications. Silver abietate compound (the naphthenate silver complex) with white color was synthesized from the reaction of abietic acid with silver salt. The synthesis reaction of silver abietate compound is shown in Scheme 1.

Bottom Line: The new compounds were characterized by (1)H NMR, (13)C NMR, DEPT, IR, UV, and ESI-MS techniques which support the proposed structures.Stability of antibacterial effect after repeated washings (3, 5, 10, and 20) was also tested which indicated that the synthesized silver abietate compound could be used as a new antibacterial agent in textile industry.In this way, the compound has been synthesized the first time in the literature and the applications have been investigated.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Namık Kemal University, Corlu Engineering Faculty, 59860 Tekirdağ, Turkey.

ABSTRACT
This study explored the potential use of new silver abietate obtained from abietic acid as an antibacterial agent for textile applications. Synthesis, structure, and antibacterial studies of silver abietate compound are reported. Silver complex was obtained reacting abietic acid with silver. The new compounds were characterized by (1)H NMR, (13)C NMR, DEPT, IR, UV, and ESI-MS techniques which support the proposed structures. The new Ag abietate complex has no environmental hazard, its antibacterial activities were evaluated after being applied to cotton fabric by padding process according to the JIS L 1902-2008 agar diffusion test method and against three Gram-negative and three Gram-positive bacteria, respectively. Stability of antibacterial effect after repeated washings (3, 5, 10, and 20) was also tested which indicated that the synthesized silver abietate compound could be used as a new antibacterial agent in textile industry. In this way, the compound has been synthesized the first time in the literature and the applications have been investigated.

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