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The complexes of the type M(HDMBG)2(CH3COO)2 nH2O ((1) M:Mn, n=1.5; (2) M:Ni, n=0; (3) M:Cu, n=2; (4) M:Zn, n=2; DMBG: N,N-dimethylbiguanide) present in vitro antimicrobial activity. The thermal analysis has evidenced the thermal intervals of stability and also the thermodynamics effects that accompany them. The different nature of the ligands generates a different thermal behaviour for the complexes. The thermal transformations are complex processes according to TG and DTG curves including dehydration, oxidative condensation of –C=N– units as well as thermolysis processes. The final products of decomposition are the most stable metal oxides.

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The complexes of the type SnCl4(HL)·EtOH and SnCl2L2 (HL 1 : the Schiff base resulted in 1:1 condensation of isatin and aniline; HL 2 : the Schiff base resulted in 1:1 condensation of isatin and p-toluidine) have been synthesized and characterized. The thermal analysis of the new ligands and complexes has evidenced the thermal intervals of stability and also the thermal effects that accompany them. The Schiff bases thermal transformations consist in phase transitions, Carom–N bond cleavage and thermolysis processes. The different nature of the complexes generates their different thermal behaviour. The complexes lead in three steps to SnO2 and in all cases the Schiff bases degradation generates a pyrrolidone-coordinated derivative. As for the SnCl4(HL)·EtOH complexes, the SnCl4 formed during the last step is involved in two competitive processes, one consists in their volatilisation while the other one leads to SnO2. As result the SnO2 residue is smaller than the theoretically expected.

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