UV-VISIBLE SPECTROSCOPIC AND FTIR ANALYSIS OF SARCOSTEMMA BREVISTIGMA, WIGHT. AND ARN


S. M. Dhivya, K. Kalaichelvi

Abstract


Objective:  The present study was carried out to characterize the bioactive constituents present in aerial parts of ethanolic extract of Sarcostemma brevistigma using UV-VIS and FTIR.

Methods:  FTIR spectroscopy is an established time‐saving method to characterize and identify functional groups.

Results:  The UV-VIS profile showed different peaks ranging from 200‐1044 nm with different absorption respectively. UV-VIS profile showed the peaks at 254.00 and 680.00 nm for flavonoid. FTIR spectra showed the peak at 3418.85 cm-1 for N-H group. FTIR analysis and UV-VIS analysis showed the presence of flavonoids and a phenolic compound. The FTIR spectra had amply evidenced the occurrence of OH group together with the Terpenoids, and Phenol. The FT-IR spectrum showed the presence of an amine (N-H), alkyl (C-H), nitrile (C≡N), halo formyl (C=O), alkenyl (C=C), hydroxyl (O-H), haloalkane (C-F), nitrates and carbonate compounds.

Conclusion:  The results confirm the fact that this plant posse’s important bioactive constituent, so further scientific investigation is needed.


Keywords


UV-Vis Spectrum, FTIR, Sarcostemma brevistigma, fingerprint and functional groups

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Title

UV-VISIBLE SPECTROSCOPIC AND FTIR ANALYSIS OF SARCOSTEMMA BREVISTIGMA, WIGHT. AND ARN

Keywords

UV-Vis Spectrum, FTIR, Sarcostemma brevistigma, fingerprint and functional groups

DOI

10.22159/ijcpr.2017.v9i3.18890

Date

05-05-2017

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International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research
Vol 9, Issue 3, 2017 Page: 46-49

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0975-7066

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S. M. Dhivya
and Research Department of Botany, Vellalar College for Women (Autonomous), Thindal, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India 638012

K. Kalaichelvi
PG and Research Department of Botany, Vellalar College for Women (Autonomous), Thindal, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India 638012


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