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Butyl cinnamate

Name: Butyl cinnamate
CAS No: 538-65-8
Formula: C13H16O2
Molecular Weight: 204.269
Boiling point: 291.7-313.7 °C(lit.)
Density: 0.9-1.1(g/mL,20/4oC)
Flashpoint: 153.4-174.2°C
Refractive index: (20°C)1.5420
Appearance: colorless or light yellow transparent liquid with cinnamon-like balsam
gas, has a bitter taste.
Solubility: Soluble under normal temperature and pressure, miscible in ethanol,
ethyl ether, chloroform and most of the non-volatile oil, a few do not dissolve in
Package specifica , tion:200kg/blue barrel
Storage: Keep the storage sealed and stored in a cool, dry place, ensuring good
ventilation or venting in the workplace. It should be stored separately from
oxidants, acids and food chemicals, and should not be mixed. The storage area
should be equipped with leakage emergency treatment equipment and suitable
containment materials.

Butyl cinnamate is naturally present in kumquat. It has sweet fruit and balsamic
scent, similar to spicy spices, creamy amber aroma with cocoa beans and fruity
notes. The taste is characterized by aroma and fruity aroma, similar to the sweet
taste of red currant. It is often used as a blending agent and modifier for rock
rose products and amber-dragon fragrant flavors in fragrance formulations. It can
also be well coordinated with oakmoss and sapwood products, patchouli oil,
veterinary oil, coumarin, jasmine aldehyde, and nitro musk. Also commonly used in
the formulation of oriental fragrance. It can also be used in food flavors such as
chocolate, cherry, cocoa, peach, strawberry, and raspberry.

Butyl cinnamate is used in perfumes, synthetic indigo, and certain drugs. One
major use is in the perfume industry for the manufacture of methyl, ethyl, and
benzyl esters.Cinnamic acid is a precursor of the sweetener aspartame, which is
enzymatically aminated to phenylalanine. Butyl cinnamate is also a self-inhibiting
factor produced by fungal spores to inhibit germination.
Butyl cinnamate
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