New bactericide derived from Isatin for treating oilfield reinjection water

http://journal.chemistrycentral.com/content/6/1/90/abstract

Isatin, an extract from Strobilanthes cusia (Nees) Kuntze, was the base for synthesizing derivatives that were screened for antibacterial activity against oilfield water-borne bacteria. The bacterial groups are sulfate reducing, iron and total. The derivatives were characterized by spectrums and they showed good to moderate activity against sulfate reducing bacteria.

New bactericide derived from Isatin for treating oilfield reinjection water

 Gang Chen, et al

 Chemistry Central Journal 2012, 6:90 (28 August 2012)

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