Hydroquinone Synthesis

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The GCMS analysis showed the metabolites could be definitely identified as concern compound by comparisons with known authentic compound. The m+ ion is found at m/z94 for phenol. The molecular weight of the phenol is 94. The base peak value of phenol was observed as 94 and mass peak values were recorded as 66, 39, and 55. The m+ ion for acetophenone is m/z 120. The molecular weight of the compound was observed as 120, the base peak and mass peak values were recorded as 105 and 91, 77, 51, 39, and 27 respectively. The hydroquinone was identified at m/z 110. The molecular weight of the compound hydroquinone was observed as 110. The base peak and mass peak values of hydroquinone were recorded as 110 and 110, 81, 69, 63, 55, 51, 53, 39, 27, and …show more content…
The other systems of metabolic pathway II is 4-hydroxy - isopropenyl benzene acted as precursors for the forming of p-hydroxybenzoic acid. Pathway III is the original carbon -carbon cleavage on bisphenol accompanied by oxidation causes the forming of hydroquinone (Fig 4). The similar kind of degradation pathway by bacterial isolates were reported (Zhang et al., 2007 and Janett Fischer et al., 2010). The bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa (PAb1) mineralize BPA in substitute pathway, similar kind of substitute pathway in the bacterium, Cupriavidus basilensis JF1 was reported (Taeko Hirano Honoda, 2000; Zhang et al., 2007 & Janett Fischer et al., 2010). In the end of degradation activity, all the metabolites undergone mineralization process and turned into simpler substances by the influence of microflora. Similar kind of results were reported by many researchers (Miho Sasaki et al., 2005; Kolvenbach et al., 2007; Zhang et al., 2007; Amar A Telke et al., 2009 & Janett Fischer et al., 2010).The similar kinds of observations was made by many researchers (Lobos et al., 1992; Janett Fischer et al., 2010 and Dimpal Jyoti Mahanta et al.,

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