Yellow oily liquid with a cinnamon odor and sweet taste.
Fungicide, Insecticide: Used as an antifungal agent, corn rootworm attractant, and dog and cat repellent. Can be used on soil casing
for mushrooms, row crops, turf and all food commodities.
Not listed for use in EU countries.
yellow liquid with an odour of cinnamon
Cinnamaldehyde reacts with sodium hydroxide owing to aerobic oxidation.
Cinnamaldehyde is combustible.
In the flavor and perfume industry.
Air & Water Reactions
Thickens on exposure to air. May be unstable to prolonged exposure to air. Slightly water soluble .
This perfumed molecule is used as a fragrance in perfumes,
a flavoring agent in soft drinks, ice creams,
dentifrices, pastries, chewing-gum, etc. It can induce
both contact urticaria and delayed-type reactions. It
can be responsible for dermatitis in the perfume
industry or in food handlers. Cinnamic aldehyde is
contained in “fragrance mix.” As a fragrance allergen,
it has to be mentioned by name in cosmetics within