A Pharmacological Examination of Benzaldehyde and Mandelic Acid

  title={A Pharmacological Examination of Benzaldehyde and Mandelic Acid},
  author={David I. Macht},
  journal={Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association},
  • D. I. Macht
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association
Final Report on the Safety Assessment of Benzaldehyde1
  • A. Andersen
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • International journal of toxicology
  • 2006
The available dermal irritation and sensitization data and ultraviolet (UV) absorption and phototoxicity data demonstrating no adverse reactions to Benzoic Acid support the safety of Benzaldehyde as currently used in cosmetic products. Expand
Photoxidation of Benzyl Alcohol with Heterogeneous Photocatalysts in the UV Range: The Complex Interplay with the Autoxidative Reaction
In conventional studies of heterogeneous photocatalytic oxidation, it is crucial to evaluate by means of control experiments the relevance of the “non‐catalyzed” autoxidation reaction underExpand
Synergism between aromatic compounds and green leaf volatiles derived from the host plant underlies female attraction in the oriental fruit moth
Blends of volatile compounds emitted by host plants are known to mediate the attraction of gravid female herbivores to oviposition sites, but the role of individual odor components is still littleExpand
Zur Chemie und Pharmakologie der Kawa-Kawa (Piper methysticum, Rauschpfeffer)
  • K. Schübel
  • Chemistry
  • Archiv für experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie
  • 2005
ZusammenfassungDas in der Kawawurzel enthaltene Gemenge von zwei Harzen verursacht, abgesehen von lokalanästhetischen Wirkungen, bei Fröschen Lähmungserscheinungen und Betäubung, bei Tauben NarkoseExpand
Encephalopathy in rats and nephropathy in rats and mice after subchronic oral exposure to benzaldehyde.
In this limited study, the no-observed-toxic-effect doses of benzaldehyde administered by gavage were 400 mg/kg/day in male and female rats, 300 mg/ kg/ day in male mice and 600-1200mg/kg-day in female mice. Expand