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Truxinic acid

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Truxinic acids are any of several stereoisomeric cyclic dicarboxylic acids with the formula (C6H5)2C4H4(COOH)2, found in various plants. They are obtained by a photochemical cycloaddition from cinnamic acid, where the two trans alkenes react head-to-head.
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