cinnamic acid

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cin·nam·ic ac·id

(si-nam'ik as'id),
Obtained from cinnamon oil, Peruvian and tolu balsams, or storax. Previously used in lupus as a paint and in infectious diseases to promote leukocytosis.

cinnamic acid

C9H8O2, an insoluble white powder derived from cinnamon. It is used as a flavoring agent in cooking and in the preparation of perfumes and medicines.
CAS # 140-10-3
See also: acid
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Paxidal, a sesquiterpene dialdehyde cinnamate constituent, has been identified as a main active constituent.
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The range contains broad UVA and UVB filters such as cinnamates and titanium dioxide to block out UV light.
The spectra of alkyl 4-alkoxyphenyl cinnamates are almost identical in solution to those of the analogous aryl esters suggesting the aryl esters are twisted even in solution.
The cinnamates, salicylates and benzophenones are small molecules that penetrate the skin and do not adequately protect against UVA.
Polyphenols, such as flavonoids and cinnamates play their role in the prevention of many degenerative diseases (Manach et al.
This is evident in liquid crystalline polymers that contain aryl cinnamates as the mesogenic group.
It has been estimated that coffee drinkers might ingest as much as 1 g per day of cinnamate esters (mostly chlorogenic acid) and 500 mg per day of cinnamates (mostly caffeic acid).
Several compounds were synthesized to model the aggregation properties of liquid crystalline polymers in which aryl cinnamates act as both chromophores and mesogens.
Ingredients that block UVB rays include the cinnamates, octinoxate or octyl methoxycinnamate, which are the most effective UVB absorbers, according to Graf.
From a technical perspective, ultraviolet filters have been transformed from low molecular weight, narrow band spectrum filters (predominantly PABA and its esters, cinnamates, benzophenones and salicylates) to filters designed according to the Dalton 500 rule with multiple chromophores offering both broad-spectrum as well as UVA and UVB protection.