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dc.contributor.authorMello, Vanessa Joia de-
dc.contributor.authorMaia, José Roberto da Silveira-
dc.contributor.authorOliveira, Tânia Toledo de-
dc.contributor.authorArdisson, José Domingos-
dc.contributor.authorNagem, Tanus Jorge-
dc.contributor.authorArdisson, José Domingos-
dc.contributor.authorPatricio, Patrícia Santiago de Oliveira-
dc.contributor.authorLima, Geraldo Magela de-
dc.identifier.citationMELLO, V. J. de et al. Tin(IV) compounds derivatives of reaction between Organotin(IV), SNCL4 and rutin trihydrate: characterization and hypolipidemic effects. Main Group Metal Chemistry, Israel, v. 27, n.6, p. 309-321, 2004. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 20 mai. 2017.pt_BR
dc.description.abstractEquimolar reactions involving SnClPh3, SnCl2Ph2, SnCl3Ph and SnCl4 and rutin trihydrate (Quercetin-3- rutinoside) produced organotin(IV) polymers, which have been characterized by infrared spectroscopy, 'H, n C and "9Sn NMR, Mössbauer spectroscopy, gel permeation chromatography (GPC), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and microanalysis. The NMR ('Η, 13C) and "9Sn Mössbauer spectroscopy have revealed dephenylation of the starting organotin(IV) materials. The overall data have revealed a six-coordination for the Sn(IV) centre in solution as well as in solid state. DSC and GPC techniques have confirmed the formation of macromolecules for those adducts with an average molar mass higher than 7.0x10' g/mol. The hypolipidemic effect of total cholesterol reduction in male New Zealand rabbits was comparable to calcic atorvastatin, a commercial drug for treatment of hyperlipidemic patients.pt_BR
dc.titleTin(IV) compounds derivatives of reaction between Organotin(IV), SNCL4 and rutin trihydrate : characterization and hypolipidemic effects.pt_BR
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