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Synthesis and thermal decomposition kinetics of some pyrazolo-quinazoline derivatives

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Some new pyrazolo-quinazolines have been synthesized and characterization of the synthesized was done by IR, NMR and mass spectral data. The thermal properties of some synthesized compounds were studied by TGA and DSC methods. From the thermo grams, thermal stability and some kinetic parameters such as energy of activation, frequency factor, order of reaction and entropy of activation were evaluated. It is observed that for all the studied compounds, degradation is single step process. Thermal stability varies slightly according to the nature and position of the substitutions present in the studied compounds.
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