Arecatannins are a class of condensed tannins in the sub-class procyanidins contained in the seeds of Areca catechu also called betel nut. The arecatannin-type natural products from Ceylonese cassia bark and Areca seed are examples polyphenols by both current definitions, and fit the distinct definition of a polymeric phenol as well.
- Arecatannin A1
- Arecatannin A2 (CAS number : 79763-29-4, formula : C60H50O24, MW : 1154.26920253)
- Arecatannin A3
- Arecatannin B1
- Arecatannin B2
- Arecatannin C1
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