vanillin


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va·nil·lin

(vă-nil'in),
Obtained from vanilla and also prepared synthetically; a flavoring agent; used to detect ornithine, sugar alcohols, phenols, and some sterols.

vanillin

(vă-nĭl′ĭn)
A crystalline compound found in vanilla pods or produced synthetically; used for flavoring foods and in pharmaceuticals.
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Cassis, black cherry, and plum flavors are wrapped in spicy vanillin oak.
Typical examples of the low-molecular weight lignin compounds are vanillin, vanillate, syringaldehyde, and syringate.
The 24-hour urine catecholamine examination showed that vanillin mandelic acid (VMA) was over the normal range (23 nig, normal range 0.
Following determination of the sample weights, vanillin or anthrone assays were then performed.
This huge, exotic wine, which offers up blueberry liqueur, cassis, flowers, a touch of overripe peaches and sweet vanillin, is rich, full-bodied and supple-textured.
The bouquet is soft and inviting, with those classic notes of vanillin and light butter leading off and tasty tangerine, green melon and citrus pith following; zesty and bright on the palate entry, with a good kick of acidity; the flavor profile mimics the bouquet nicely and it keeps a firmly dry, almost steely edge, through to the finish.
30 April 2010 - The Italian Office for Food Safety and Nutrition of the Ministero del Lavoro, della Salute e delle Politiche Sociali on Tuesday this week reported the presence of the solvent toluene in vanillin that was used in dessert manufacture.
Furthermore, Frutarom has created two natural vanillin replacers which can be used in place of synthetic vanillin.
So the majority of vanillin is synthesized in chemistry labs, a process that often requires expensive starter compounds.
The fact is that imitation vanilla only attempts to duplicate one chemical sequence, ethyl vanillin, but the vanilla bean has between 250 and 300 flavor components.
003-5% of a perfume, wherein at least about 40 weight percent of the said perfume is one or more hydrophilic perfume ingredients selected from the group consisting of: ethyl vanillin; isoeugenyl acetate; heliotropine diethyl acetal; 2H-1,5-benzodioxepin-3 (4H)-one, 7-methyl-; 4-(4hydroxyphenyl) butanone-2; vanillin isobutyrate; helional; cashmeran; piperonyl acetone; methyl beta-naphthyl ketone; methyl dihydrojasmonate; lyral; and mixtures thereof.