In this present investigation, thiazolylcoumarin derivatives (5a–5k) were synthesized from thiosemicarbazide, ethyl acetoacetate, and naphthaldehyde through a multistep route. The formation of thiazolylcoumarin derivatives with bioactive scaffolds was confirmed through nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. A solvatochromic study of synthesized thiazolylcoumarin derivatives was carried out using ultraviolet–visible methods for dimethylformamide (DMF), ethyl acetate, and ethanol solvents. The redox behaviour of as-synthesized thiazolylcoumarin derivatives (5a–5k) was examined in dimethyl sulphoxide by conducting an electrochemical study. Fluorescence properties of thiazolylcoumarin derivatives were studied in DMF, ethanol, and ethyl acetate to visualize the solvent effect on the emitting ability of thiazolylcoumarin derivatives.
- solvatochromic study
- solvent effect
- thiazolylcoumarin derivatives
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Chemistry (miscellaneous)