Flavogallonic acid

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Flavogallonic acid
Chemical structure of flavogallonic acid
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Molar mass 458.32 g/mol
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Flavogallonic acid is a hydrolysable tannin that can be found in valonea oak (Quercus macrolepis)[1] in chestnut wood[2] or in Terminalia myriocarpa.[3]

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  1. ^ Molecular investigation of valonea tannin. Hasan Özgunay and Özcan Sari, The Journal of the American Leather Chemists Association, 2007, vol. 102, no5, pp. 154-157, INIST:18744048, text
  2. ^ Considerations on the macromolecular structure of chestnut ellagitannins by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization-time-of-flight mass spectrometry. Pasch H and Pizzi A, Journal of applied polymer science, 2002, vol. 85, no2, pp. 429-437, INIST:14185517
  3. ^ Pharmacologically Active Ellagitannins from Terminalia myriocarpa. Mohamed S.A. Marzouk, Sayed A.A. El-Toumy, Fatma A. Moharram, Nagwa M.M. Shalaby and Amany A.E. Ahmed, Planta Med, 2002, 68(6), pages 523-527, doi:10.1055/s-2002-32549