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Ultrasonics - Sonochemistry

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  • Data for: Solubility study and intensification of extraction of phenolic and anthocyanin compounds from Oryza sativa L. ‘Violet Nori’
    Research data files provided involve the results of the spectrophotometric and HPLC analysis of all the 'Violet Nori' extracts obtained in each step of the present work. All the calculations made by COSMO-RS related to the solubility of each investigated antioxidant compound in the ethanol water mixtures are reported too.
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  • Data for: How does ultrasonic cavitation remove dental bacterial biofilm?
    High Speed Imaging Data showing biofilm removal using cavitation generated by a dental ultrasonic scaler
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  • Data for: Sequential extraction and enrichment of flavonoids from Euonymus alatus by ultrasonic-assisted polyethylene glycol-based extraction coupled to temperature-induced cloud point extraction
    Supplementary materials included four figures. Fig. 1S. Fragmentation pattern for gallic acid. Fig. 2S. Fragmentation pattern for catechin. Fig 3S. Fragmentation pattern for dihydromyricetin. Fig. 4S. Fragmentation pattern for ellagic acid.
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  • Data for: Ultrasonic-Assisted Micro Solid Phase Extraction of Arsenic on a New Ion-Imprinted Polymer Synthesized from Chitosan-Stabilized Pickering Emulsion in Water, Rice and Vegetable Samples
    The presented data are obtained using Excel and Design Expert software. The data from Excel software, and especially the output of the Design Expert software, in addition to contain the information presented in the article, can provide much more information to the researchers.
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  • Eco-friendly methods of synthesis and preliminary biological evaluation of sulfonamide derivatives of cyclic arylguanidines
    The experimental data is related to the article “TEco-friendly methods of synthesis and preliminary biological evaluation of sulfonamide derivatives of cyclic arylguanidines”.The chemotype of arylsulfonamide derivatives of cyclic arylguanidines is a source of molecules with valuable biological activities, including antimicrobial and antitumor properties. The methods of the synthesis presented in the literature are characterized with low selectivity and high environmental nuisance. In this publication, we present a developed alternative and earlier undescribed pathway C, for the synthesis of arylsulfonamide derivatives of cyclic arylguanidines (N-(1H-arylimidazol-2-yl)arylsulfonamides and N-(1,4-dihydroquinazolin-2-yl) arylsulfonamides), including reaction between 2-(methylsulfanyl)-benzimidazole or 2-(methylsulfanyl)-3,4- dihydroquinazoline with arylsulfonamides. We also optimized previously reported methods; A (reaction of 2- aminobenzimidazole or 2-amino-3,4-dihydroquinazoline with arylsulfonyl chlorides) and B (reaction of dimethyl-(arylsulfonyl)carbonodithioimidate with aryldiamines). The conducted research allowed achieving two independent ecological and quick methods of obtaining the desired products. We used ecological methods of ultrasound-assisted or microwave synthesis, solvent-free reactions and a “green” reaction environment. In both pathways, it has proven advantageous to use H2O as the solvent and K2CO3 (1 or 3 equivalent) as the basic agent. In the sonochemical variant, the efficiency reached B: 37–89 %, C: 90 % in 60 min (P = 80 W and f = 40 kHz), while in the microwave synthesis it was B: 38–74 %, C: 63–85 % in 0.5–4 min (P = 50 W). Path A led to a complementary substitution product (i.e. 1-(arylsulfonyl)-1H-benzimidazol-2-amine or 1-(arylsulfonyl)-1,4- dihydroquinazolin-2-amine). We obtained a small group of compounds that were tested for cytotoxicity. The 10f (N-(1,4-dihydroquinazolin-2-yl)naphthalene-1-sulfonamide) showed cytotoxic activity towards human astrocytoma cell line 1321 N1. The calculated IC50 value was 8.22 μM at 24 h timepoint (doxorubicin suppressed 1321 N1 cell viability with IC50 of 1.1 μM). The viability of the cells exposed to 10f for 24 h dropped to 48.0 % compared to vehicle control, while the cells treated with doxorubicin experienced decline to 47.5 %. We assessed its potential usefulness in pharmacotherapy in the ADMET study, confirming its ability to cross the blood–brain barrier (Pe = 5.0 ± 1.5 × 10-6 cm/s) and the safety of its potential use in terms of DDI and hepatotoxicity.
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  • CCDC 1579494: Experimental Crystal Structure Determination
    An entry from the Cambridge Structural Database, the world’s repository for small molecule crystal structures. The entry contains experimental data from a crystal diffraction study. The deposited dataset for this entry is freely available from the CCDC and typically includes 3D coordinates, cell parameters, space group, experimental conditions and quality measures.
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  • CCDC 1497994: Experimental Crystal Structure Determination
    Related Article: Faeze Mojtabazade, Babak Mirtamizdoust, Ali Morsali, Pejman Talemi|2017|Ultrason.Sonochem.|35|226|doi:10.1016/j.ultsonch.2016.09.022
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  • CCDC 1561027: Experimental Crystal Structure Determination
    Related Article: Maryam Moeinian, Kamran Akhbari, Jaursup Boonmak, Sujittra Youngme|2018|Ultrason.Sonochem.|41|11|doi:10.1016/j.ultsonch.2017.09.008
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  • CCDC 1588088: Experimental Crystal Structure Determination
    Related Article: Fatemeh Parsa, Massomeh Ghorbanloo, Mohammad Yaser Masoomi, Ali Morsali, Peter C. Junk, Jun Wang|2018|Ultrason.Sonochem.|45|197|doi:10.1016/j.ultsonch.2018.03.014
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  • CCDC 1526889: Experimental Crystal Structure Determination
    Related Article: Hosein Ghasempour, Alireza Azhdari Tehrani, Ali Morsali|2015|Ultrason.Sonochem.|27|503|doi:10.1016/j.ultsonch.2015.06.020
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