ferulic acid

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ferulic acid

[fə′rül·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
C10H10O4 A compound widely distributed in small amounts in plants, having two isomers: the cis form is a yellow oil, and the trans form is obtained from water solutions as orthorhombic crystals.
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The newly developed process incorporates ferulie acid into soybean oil, producing water- resistant feruloyl soy gylcerides capable of absorbing UVA and LWB light.
Scientists have developed a new method for converting soybean oil into a highly effective bio-based sunscreen active ingredient, called feruloyl soy glycerides (FSG), which does not carry the potential health concerns of ingredients in some existing sunscreens.
No caffeoyl or feruloyl quinic acid derivatives as genuine components or their conjugates were detected (Rechner et al.