a yellowish oil, C9H8O, having a cinnamonlike odor, used chiefly as a scent in the manufacture of flavorings and perfumes.
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How to use cinnamic aldehyde in a sentence
Besides cinnamic aldehyde the oil contains eugenol and phellandrene.The Handbook of Soap Manufacture | W. H. Simmons
The value of the oil depends upon its aldehyde content, the chief constituent being cinnamic aldehyde.The Handbook of Soap Manufacture | W. H. Simmons
An illustration of this rule is afforded by the two substances chloro- and bromo-cinnamic aldehyde already mentioned.The Phase Rule and Its Applications | Alexander Findlay