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Begging about how to control the stability of chlorogenic ac

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First, the temperature: anti-zero 30 ° C low temperature, so it is also known as the winter flowers. Physiology below 3 ° C is weak, slow growth. 5 ° C above the buds. 16 ° C above the new shift is growing fast, and the flower buds in 20 ° C are growing fast.

Second, the adaptability is strong. Mountain, plains, absence, sand, and slightly fatty bonus can grow. Beizheng East Third provinces, south to Guangdong, Hainan Island, East from Shandong, west to Himalayas, Japan, North Korea also has a small number of wild. Peak: "The dead crops and grass, frozen pomegranate sun tones, will not affect gold and silver."

Third, the habits: Xi Tong wind light, warm and dry.

Honeysuckle Extract English Name: Honeysuchle Flowers EXTRACT

Key ingredients of honeysuckle extract: Chlorogenic Acid 98%, 99%

Detection method: HPLC

CAS NO: 327-97-9

Properties: White fine powder

Attachment: High-puriosachalic acid can be made of powder needles, needles, injections of medical materials

Solubility: good water solubility. Soluble in hot water, ethanol and acetone, can completely dissolve. Ethyl is very slightly soluble in ethyl acetate.

Molecular formula and molecular weight: C16H18O9 = 354.30

EINECS login number: 206-325-6

Melting point 205-209 ° C to rotate: -36 ° (C = 1, H2O)

Biological activity: The chlorogenic acid is considered to be a major active ingredient of antibacterial detoxification, anti-inflammatory daring, and is usually used as a qualitative or even quantitative indicators. According to reports, the primary bioactivity of chlorogenic acid has (1) inhibitory effect on hyaluronase and glucose-6-phosphatase; (2) removal of free radicals and anti-lipid peroxidation; (3) Mutagen effect; (4) Baotic lipophilic effect; (5) antibacterial, antiviral and antispasmodic effects.