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 Gallic Acid

  •  Gallic acid [3,4,5-trihydroxybenzoic acid, C6H2(OH)3COOH] is obtained from nutgalls and other plants or by the hydrolysis of tannic acid with sulfuric acid
  • Gallic acid has two functional groups in the same molecule, hydroxyl
    groups and a carboxylic acid group. They can yield numerous esters and
    salts including digallic acid which is formed by the reaction of two moles
    of gallic acid with one another.
  • Gallic acid and its derivatives are used in making dyes and inks,
    photographic developers and has been used as astringents in medically
  • Some gallates are used as antioxidants in foods.
  • Tannins (tannic acid or gallotannic acid) are esters of digallic acid.
    They are widely used in tanning leather, dyeing fabrics, manufacturing
    inks, and in various medical applications (as astringents and to treat some skin diseases).
  • Technology for production of Vanillin Gallic Acid has been developed.
  • Gallic Acid is a herbicide - disrupts the fungusís ability to produce aflatoxin
  • Polyphenols are antioxidant compounds found in the skin and seeds of grapes.The phenols in red wine include catechin, gallic acid and epicatechin.Polyphenols have been found to have antioxidant properties
  • Research on the antioxidants found in red wine has shown that they may help inhibit the development of certain cancers
About  the Product Gallic Acid
  • Gallic Acid & its applications
  • Gallic Acid Derivatives
  • The spectroscopic properties of gallic acid (GA)
  • Sources for Reference
Raw Materials, Processing & Technology
  • Production of Gallic Acid from Tannic Acid by Fermentation Process
  • Gallic acid from Terminalia Chebula - Technology Offer
  • Processing and Marketing of Tara Pods, Description of Tara or Taya (Caesalpinia Spinosa).
  • Gallic Acid as raw material
  • Tannin - Food Grade
  • Tannin
  • Microbial Transformation of Tannin-rich substrate to Gallic Acid.
  • Erigeron, Euphorbia Hypericifolia - Gallic Acid is the Principal Constituent.
  • Microbiological Production - Gallic Acid from Rhus Coriaria
  • A Chemical Property of Oil, Determination of Tannins
  • Gallic Acid as a Developing Agent in Talbot's Calotype Process
Markets
  • Bio Trade Facilitation programme, Tara and its byproducts-Gallic acid.
  • Phytochemicals - Gallic acid is used for making Dyes and Inks.
  • Vanillin from Gallic Acid
  • An anti-folate antibacterial drug produced from gallic acid.
  • Seed Tannins
 Regulatory Issues
  • Product Identification, Composition/Information on Ingredients, Toxicological and Regulatory Information
  • Clear Tannin Guard
Products & Company Profiles
  • Method of Crystallizing and Purifying Alkyl Gallates.
  • OPCs: oligomeric proanthocyanidins
  • Tannin Chemistry
Articles of  Interest
  • Tara Gum as a Food Additive, Nature of Applications
  • Tara Tannins
  • Phenolic Compound - Gallic Acid in Wine
  • Cultivation and Gathering of Medicinal Plants.
  • Extraction of Chebula : The Indian Scenario - Assessing Ecological Sustainability
  • Tannin Assays: Use of Nuclear and Related Techniques to develop Simple Tannin Assays, Extraction of Tannins.
  • Ferro Gallic: Ferro Gallic Process produce Positive Copies of Drawings
  • Forest Resources
  • Processing herbs - terminalia
  • Research - Gallic Acid in Walnut Tannin, Comparison of Gallic Acid Levels.
  • Herbal remedies
  • Terminalia Chebula
  • Tannin Concentration
  • Herbal Medicine
  • Tranquillisers Facts
  • Vasodilators

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