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A salt or ester of cinnamic acid.
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Five aromatic compounds were used to attract the male euglossine bees: methyl cinnamate, eucalyptol, eugenol, methyl salicylate, and vanillin (modified from Campos et al.
37###Methyl 4-hydroxy-3-methoxy cinnamate (37)###Phenol derivative###H.
The oil is also characterised by the presence of an aromatic ester, E-methyl cinnamate, in appreciable quantity (5.
Polymethacrylates with oxadiazole, distyrylbenzene, and cinnamate side chains can be crosslinked by radiation.
The list of acceptable additives includes benzopheneones (oxybenzone), cinnamates (octylmethly cinnamate and cinoxate), sulisobenzone, salicylates, titanium dioxide and avobenzone (Parsol 1789).
We will present the fluorescence emission results of octyl salicylate, octyl methoxy cinnamate and padimateO and our proposed method to obtain their approximate protection factor by using the fluorescence spectroscopy and polystyrene nanospheres.
Acumulation of acetosiringone in elicited tobacco cell suspension culture expressing an alfalfa cinnamate 4-hydroxylase (C4H) trasgene.
They show perturbed UV-Vis spectra but these spectra are unlike those seen in the LC polymers possibly reflecting significant perturbation of the cinnamate absorption spectrum by the polar effect of the OC[H.
Preliminary chemical analyses of floral scent compounds emitted by white- and yellow-flowered Sonnets revealed that only white flowers produced methyl cinnamate (MC), which smells spicy like cinnamon, whereas only yellow flowers produced methyl benzoate (MB), a strongly sweet-smelling compound.
BASF has found that TPUs can be stabilized with either an oligomeric HALS, Uvinul 5050, or a combination of a cinnamate uv absorber (Uvinul 3088) and a Vitamin E-based antioxidant (Uvinul 2003).
Sorbate or cinnamate modified copolymer was prepared using the similar procedure described above.