Isopropyl cinnamate has a balsamic, sweet, dry amber-like odor and a fresh, fruity flavor. May be synthesized by esterification of isopropanol with cinnamic acid.
Isopropyl cinnamate has a balsamic, sweet, dry, amber-like odor and a fresh, fruity flavor
Name: Isopropyl cinnamate
CAS No.: 7780-06-5
Molecular Weight: 190.24
Boiling point: 268-270 °C
Density: 1.028-1.0284 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)
Flash point: >110 °C
Refractive index : 1.545-1.547
EINECS No.: 231-949-0
Propyl cinnamate can be used as a flavoring and fragrance ingredient. It is one of the key constituents of the essential oil of Fortunella crassifolia peel. Isopropyl cinnamate shows promising potential as a mosquito repellant and as antifeedant for the pine weevil.
P-Hydroxycinnamic Acid, also known as 4-Hydroxycinnamic acid, is a radical scavenging effects of antioxidant, compared with other tyrosinase inhibitor, the hydroxy cinnamic acid and ether hydroxy cinnamic acid and other non-toxic odorless, good permeability, and is considered a good candidate material used as a skin whitening agent.
Appearance: A colorless, transparent liquid with a sweet, fruity and oily taste. Solubility: Miscible in ethanol, ether, chloroform and most non-volatile oils, soluble in propylene glycol, insoluble in water. Vapor pressure: 0.00141mmHg at 25°C Package specification: 200kg/blue barrel Storage: Pay attention to the source of fire, especially to