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The scientific name of cinnamate is "3-benzene acrylate". Important cinnamates include methyl cinnamate, ethyl cinnamate, and benzyl cinnamate. CAS number: 779-89-5. Molecular formula: C10H7F3O2.Melting point: 135-137°C (lit.) Boiling point: 289.6±35.0°C under 760 mmHg.
Cinnamyl acetate, a colorless to light yellow liquid, with a sweet balsam mixed with rose and vetiver aroma. The flashpoint is 118°C and the boiling point is 264°C. It is miscible in ethanol, chloroform, ether, and most nonvolatile oils, and almost insoluble in glycerin and water.
Methyl cinnamate, also known as β-methyl phenyl acrylate, has two isomers: cis and trans. Both isomers exist in nature. They exist in essential oils such as Alpinia ginger, Basil oil, Cassia leaf oil, Longevity flower oil. Used as a spice, modulating carnation, narcissus, lavender.
Benzaldehyde, an organic compound formed when the hydrogen of benzene is replaced by an aldehyde group. Benzaldehyde is the simplest and the most commonly used aromatic aldehyde in the industry. At room temperature, it is a colorless liquid with a characteristic almond smell.
Cinnamic acid, also known as β-phenyl acrylic acid, 3-phenyl-2-propenoic acid. It is an organic acid isolated from cinnamon bark or benzoin. It is mainly used in flavor and fragrance, food additives, pharmaceutical industry, beauty, pesticides, organic synthesis, etc.
Cinnamaldehyde, also known as cinnamaldehyde, cassia aldehyde, β-propenal or 3-phenyl-2-propenal, is an aldehyde organic compound found in cinnamon oil, rose oil, patchouli oil, and other essential oils. Its chemical name is triphenylacrolein, and its molecular formula is C9H8O.
Recently, the two invention patents declared by the company, "a reactor for preparing cinnamic acid by oxidation of cinnamaldehyde" and "a potassium cinnamate drying device", have been granted patent rights by the State Intellectual Property Office, and both have obtained the "utility model patent certificate".