cinnamic acid

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cinnamic acid

n.
A fragrant white crystalline acid, C9H8O2, obtained from cinnamon or from balsams such as storax or made synthetically and used chiefly to manufacture perfumery compounds.

cinnamic acid

(sɪˈnæmɪk)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a white crystalline water-insoluble weak organic acid existing in two isomeric forms; 3-phenylpropenoic acid. The trans- form occurs naturally and its esters are used in perfumery. Formula: C6H5CH:CHCOOH
[C19: from cinnam(on) + -ic; from its being found in cinnamon oil]
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Ethyl hexanoate and (E)-ethyl cinnamate compounds present in wine samples are described as fruity, strawberry, sweet, and floral flavor compounds (AZNAR et al.
Lupeol cinnamate displayed the greatest anti-inflammatory activity, on carrageenan-induced edema on rat hind paws.
Cinnamate supplementation enhances hepatic lipid metabolism and antioxidant defense systems in high cholesterol-fed rats.
The subjects sniffed aqueous solutions of cinnamaldehyde, methyl cinnamate, citral, citronellol, geraniol and phenyl ethyl alcohol (PEA) at low (1 ppm to 2.
This species, like other spices is rich in phenolic compounds such as flavonoids and phenolic acids and also rich in alcoholic extract such as cineole, methyl cinnamate, myrecene and contains various flavones such as galangin, alpinin, kampferide and 3-dioxy-4-methoxy [17].
Moreover, three specimens of this species had been attracted and collected using methyl cinnamate baits in Dawa, British Guiana (Williams and Dodson, 1972).
Buma, "Excited State Dynamics of Isolated Microsolvated Cinnamate UVB Sunscreens" J.
1995 "Ethyl Anthranilate, Ethyl Cinnamate, 2,3-Dihydrocinnamate, and MethylAnthranilate: Four Important Odorants Identified in Pinot noir Wines of Burgundy.
Paxidal, a sesquiterpene dialdehyde cinnamate constituent, has been identified as a main active constituent.
gratissimum commonly known as basilica oils has been reported to contain some chemical compounds and active ingredients such as eugenol, linalol, methyl cinnamate, camphor and thymol [6, 7].