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Chemical Compound Review

Aubepine     4-methoxybenzaldehyde

Synonyms: Crategine, Obepin, Anisaldehyde, P-ANISALDEHYDE, PubChem22535, ...
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  • However, anisaldehyde did not inhibit this oxidation if a longer reaction time was observed, although it suppressed the initial rate of oxidation to a certain extent [3].

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