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cinnamoyl chloride[′sin·ə‚mȯil ′klȯr‚īd]
C6H5CHCHCOCl Yellow crystals that melt at 35°C, and decompose in water; used as a chemical intermediate.
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The cinnamyl azides, 2-azidoethyl cinnamate 6 and N-(2-azidoethyl) cinnamide 7 (Scheme 1), were obtained in good yields by condensing cinnamoyl chloride
with either 2-azidoethanol or 2-azidoethanamine in pyridine/C[H.sub.2] [Cl.sub.2] .
Three new compounds 4-6 were synthesized in this study based on the solution of cinnamoyl chloride (0.54gm, 3.4mmol) in acetone (20ml) was heated under reflux for 1h.
In this work, cinnamicacid 1was converted into corresponding cinnamoyl chlorides 2 by treatment with thionyl chloride according to standard procedure.