- of or obtained from cinnamon.
Origin of cinnamic
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Other constituents of the oil are cinnamyl acetate and cinnamic acid.The Handbook of Soap Manufacture
W. H. Simmons
It is perfectly soluble in alcohol and in ether, and gives out its acid (benzoic or cinnamic) to water.
It contains about 20% of cinnamic acid in addition to 18 or even more of benzoic.
The genuine balsam contains about 61⁄2% of benzoic (cinnamic) acid:—11.
By the addition of diluted sulphuric acid, the aldehyde of cinnamic acid is afterwards procured pure.The Art of Perfumery
G. W. Septimus Piesse