Basic Information about CinnamaldehydeCinnamaldehyde, or 3-phenylprop-2-enal to use its IUPAC name, is the organic compound with the formula C6H5CH=CHCHO that gives cinnamon its flavor and odor (also known as cinnamic aldehyde). The natural product is trans-cinnamaldehyde. The molecule consists of
The flavour and aroma of cinnamon is due to an essential oil which makes up between 1 and 4% of the bark of the Cinnamomum zeylanicum tree. This oil contains many different compounds but the most abundant (65 to 75% of the oil) is cinnamaldehyde.
Cinnamaldehyde Leading the Modern Purfume Some people say that the aldehyde in perfume is formaldehyde. Isn't it air pollution? Isn't that decoration gas? Isn't it carcinogenic? How do you spray it on your body? At first, there is a point need to be clear that modern perfumes are all complex
China is a major producer of fruits in the world, with its total output reaching 120 million tons in 2010. Since China's fruit production jumped to the top of the world in 1993, China has been the world's largest fruit producer for 18 co