Ferulic acid

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trans-Ferulic acid; Coniferic acid; 4-Hydroxy 3-methoxy trans-cinnamic acid

Molecular weight:

194,18 g/mol

Ferulic Acid is a precursor in the manufacture of other aromatic compounds.

Plant: Anethum graveolens (Dill)

  • Ferulic acid is an organic compound found in various plants (e.g., stinkweed, dill, rice, grasses)
  • Ferulic acid belongs to the group of phenolic acids
  • From its structure is derived, among other things, the curcumin (intense orange-yellow dye) of turmeric.
  • Uses: used as a starting material for the production of vanillin and of antimicrobial substances for soaps, fragrances and cosmetics
  • Other uses:
    • Wheat beer preparation
    • Used in skin care products

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Ferulic acid

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