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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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].
To improve the shelf life of strawberries, USDA-ARS scientists incorporated two plant natural volatile compounds, carvacrol and methyl cinnamate, into strawberry puree edible films.
Preparation of caffeic acid 3,4-dihydroxyphenethyl ester and phenethyl cinnamate derivatives.
In addition, the corresponding water soluble derivatives of those phenolics, sodium salicylate and sodium cinnamate were tested.
The high economic value of this plant is due to the presence of phenyl propanoids, like eugenol, chavicol and their derivatives, or terpenoids, like the monoterpene alcohol linalool, methyl cinnamate and limonene [27].
Cinnamic acid, alphapinene, ethyl cinnamate and vanillin are just some that have been isolated.
The oil is also characterised by the presence of an aromatic ester, E-methyl cinnamate, in appreciable quantity (5.
Purified extracts of galanga, which are composed primarily of lower alkyl cinnamate esters, have UV-absorbing, (12) antioxidant and tyrosinase-inhibiting properties that suggests their use for anti-aging applications.
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The list of acceptable additives includes benzopheneones (oxybenzone), cinnamates (octylmethly cinnamate and cinoxate), sulisobenzone, salicylates, titanium dioxide and avobenzone (Parsol 1789).