Aromatic aldehyde, cinnamon-scented, reddish-brown liquid.

Cinnamaldehyde is a pale yellow to reddish-brown liquid with a sweet and spicy aroma. It has a molecular formula of C9H8O and is derived from cinnamon bark. It is soluble in organic solvents and exhibits good stability under normal conditions.

Energy Sector

Cinnamaldehyde can be used in the oil and gas industry as corrosion inhibitor. Corrosion of metal surfaces in oil and gas production and transportation can lead to significant economic and safety concerns. Cinnamaldehyde has shown promising inhibitory properties against corrosion, making it a possible candidate for the development of environmentally friendly corrosion inhibitors in the industry.

Water Treatment

Cinnamaldehyde can be used as a natural disinfectant and preservative in water treatment systems, helping to control microbial growth and prevent the spread of waterborne diseases. Additionally, cinnamaldehyde may have adsorption capabilities, which can aid in the removal of certain pollutants and contaminants from water sources.

CAS No.: 104-55-2


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