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maltol

[′mȯl‚tōl]
(organic chemistry)
C6H6O3 Crystalline substance with a melting point of 161-162°C and a fragrant caramellike odor; used as a flavoring agent in bread and cakes. Also known as larixinic acid.
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Olfactory persistence descriptor--The samples described as having higher olfactory persistence were richer than their paired samples in trans, czs-whisky lactone, maltol, eugenol and vanillin.
In addition, most of them are relatively high-boiling: vanillin, whisky-lactones and maltol, which explain their retro-nasal persistency.
On the other hand, the amount of maltol in Chungukjang was nearly 3 times higher than in Doenjang.
Deferiprone is a bidentate iron ligand (ie, per molecule, it has 2 donor atoms capable of binding with iron) designed to mimic the naturally occurring chelators mimosine, tropolone, and maltol.
The LC Taste[TM] user can recognize key flavouring substances such as vanillin, maltol and Furaneol[TM], as well as substances such as bittering agents, amino acids/peptides, sucrose, flavor enhancers, sugar and capsaicinoids.
for a food preservative called sodium erythorbate, and to allocate customers and territories for a flavoring agent called maltol.
Vanillin: Characteristic of vanilla with maltol components.
Output of China's products, such as monosodium glutamate, citric acid, xylose, xylitol, ethyl maltol in flavors, and so on, successively ranks the first in the world for years.
The study is evaluating Feraccru (ferric maltol, 30mg bd) compared to placebo in the treatment of IDA in patients with non-dialysis Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).
Odor detection thresholds for the flavor compounds vanillin and maltol were approximately five- and three-fold lower, respectively, in the deamidated samples compared with the control soymilks.
Neuronal cytoskeletal lesions induced in the CNS by intraventricular and intravenous aluminium maltol in rabbits.
In recent years a number of studies have appeared which suggest potential use of kojic acid and its analogs such as maltol and hydroxyl pyridinones and their metal complexes for a variety of medical applications.