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Compound - E-methyl cinnamate [(E)-Methyl cinnamate]
 


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(E)-Methyl cinnamate
(E)-Methyl cinnamate

Formula: C10H10O2 
CAS#: 1754-62-7 
MW: 162.19 

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Reference(s) for synthesis of (E)-Methyl cinnamate [E-methyl cinnamate]


Lewis, F.D., and Oxman, J.D. 1981. Lewis acid enhancement of photochemical trans cis isomerization of alpha,-unsaturated esters. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 103:7345-7347.
 
Pfeiffer, Engelhardt, and Alfuss. 1928. Justus Liebigs Ann. Chem. 467:171.
 
Srinivas, K.V.N.S., and Das, B. 2003. A highly convenient, efficient, and selective process for preparation of esters and amides from carboxylic acids using Fe3+-K-10 montmorillonite Clay1. J. Org. Chem. 68:1165-1167.
 
Stefane, B., Kocevar, M., and Polanc, S. 2002. Ceric(IV) ammonium nitrate mediated transesterification and esterification. Synth. Comm. 32:1703-1708.
 

 
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