((1E)-3-chloroprop-1-enyl)benzene, r-Chloropropenylbenzene, CinnaMyl Chloride, 3-CHLORO-1-PHENYLPROPENE, 3-PHENYLALLYL CHLORIDE, 1-C6H5-C3H4Cl, 3-chloroprop-1-enylbenzene, (E)-(3-chloroprop-1-en-1-yl)benzene, (3-Chloroprop-1-en-1-yl)benzene, 3-CHLORO-1-PHENYLPROPENE (TRANS-CINNAMYL CHLORIDE), (3-CHLOROPROPENYL)BENZENE, (3-CHLORO-1-PROPENYL)BENZENE, 2-cinnamyl chloride, Cinnamylchloride, 3-Chloro-1-phenyl-1-propene, CHLOROSULFONYLACETYL CHLORIDE, CINNAMYL CHLORIDERANS, 3-chloro-1-phenylprop-1-ene, BENZENE,(3-CHLORO-1-PROPEN-1-YL)-, [(1E)-3-chloroprop-1-en-1-yl]benzene
Cinnamyl alcohol, also known as Styron, is an organic compound present in an esterified form in the storax plant, Balsam of Peru, and the leaves of the cinnamon plant. It is a white crystal solid when pure, but an oil that is yellow when marginally impure. It is made by the hydrolysis of the storax.
Cinnamyl alcohol has a distinct scent that has been identified by the term “sweet, balsam, hyacinth, spicy, green, powdery, cinnamic” and is utilized in perfumery and as a deodorant.
Cinnamyl Alcohol is naturally present only in small amounts therefore its industrial demand is typically met through chemical synthesis that starts with cinnamaldehyde.
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- Appearance & Physical State – Light yellow liquid
- Molecular weight – 152.62100
- Boiling point – 108ºC 12 mm Hg(lit.)
- Flash Point – 79ºC
- Density – 1.096
- Storage Condition – Refrigerator (+4ºC)
- Water Solubility- 0.2 g/L (20 ºC)
Safety Information As Per GHS