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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Among these compounds, proanthocyandins, cinnamic acid and cinnamaldehyde are found to be major components of cinnamon aqueous extract Qiao et al.
PVA-1799, degree of polymerization and saponification are 1700 and 99%, respectively) was purchased from Sinopec Sichuan vinylon works, China, p-chlorosubstituted cinnamic acid was purchased from Huzhou N.
This means that the HLB pathogen may have interfered with the orderly conversion of phenylalanine to cinnamic acid," he says.
The Terpene Alcohol Group was the #2 most cited, the Ionone Group #13, the Cinnamic Acid, Alcohols, Aldehydes Group #16 and the Salicylate Group #45.
acid; b-pinene; b-sitosterol-glucoside; borneol; bornyl acetate; camphor; caprionic acid; carvone; cinnamic acid methyl ester; cinnamic alcohol; confertiflorin; confertifolin; ellagic acid; fenchone; formic acid; gallic acid; isodrimeninol; isodrimenol; isopolygodial; isorhamnetin; isotadeonal; kaempferol; malic acid; melissic acid; P-cymol; persicarin; persicarin-7-methyl ether; phellandrene; poligonone; polygodial; polygonal; polygonolide; quercetin; quercetin-7-glucoside; quercitrin; rhamnazin; rhamnesin; rutin; sitosterol; tannic acid; terpineol; valerianic acid [17].
Tomato is rich in phenolic compounds (flavonoids, flavones, cinnamic acid derivatives), phytoalexins, protease inhibitors, glycoalkaloids, and carotenoids, but especially in lycopene and [beta]-carotene.
The main active ingredients are believed to be benzoic acid and cinnamic acid esters in the oil.
The olefinically unsaturated monomer corresponds to one or more monomers selected from at least one olefinically unsaturated monomer selected from the group consisting of: a) mono- and di-esters of crotonic acid, cinnamic acid, fumaric acid, maleic acid, citraconic acid, and itaconic acid; b) carboxyfunctional monomers; c) N-vinyl caprolactam, vinyl phosphonates, N-vinyl formamides, N-vinyl acetamides, hydroxypropyl acrylates and methacrylates, monoacrylates and monomethacrylates of polyalkylene glycols, acrylates, methacrylates, acrylic acid and methacrylic acid amides containing amine groups; d) vinyl esters corresponding to general formula (I) CH2xCH--O--C(O)--R1, with R1=C11-21.
Several potent constituents of the well-known allergen balsam of Peru, including cinnamic acid, and coniferyl alcohol were detected in various quantities in beefsteak, cherry, and plum tomatoes, he said.
For MALDI-TOF-MS analysis of the peptides, the matrix [alpha]-cyano-4-hydroxy cinnamic acid was used.
21-24) The formula structure of zosteric acid or p- (sulfo-oxy) cinnamic acid is shown in Figure 1.
The absorption spectrum of the cation is similar to the spectrum of the parent cinnamic acid and the absorption spectrum of the anion is slightly blue shifted with respect to that of the neutral compound.