Fragrance raw material
This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. Bicyclononalactone is a fragrance for use in, for example, perfume, cosmetics, soap, candles and air fresheners.
UseBicyclononalactone has a warm spicy scent reminiscent of scents such as hay, tonka beans and coconut. The smell is not particularly strong, undiluted use is common. Typical use is as a substitute for coumarin. You usually use between 0.1% and 10% of this substance in the fragrance composition. It combines well with spicy scents, spice and vanilla: it adds warmth and something sweet. It is primarily a base note in perfumes and is stable in most products, including soaps and candles. It cannot be used in bleach and the stability is less with very acidic products. When used as a substitute for coumarin, it should be remembered that the smell is not exactly the same and the end result will therefore smell different. Advantages of bicyclononalactone over coumarin include its much lower toxicity and the fact that it is a liquid. The latter is especially nice for experimental work. Keep cool, dry, dark and out of reach of children.
PropertiesBicyclononalactone is a colorless to pale yellow clear liquid at room temperature. The purity is at least 98% (sum of isomers). The substance has a fairly long shelf life. The substance does not or hardly occur in nature, it is a synthetic substance. The manufacturer is normally IFF.
PackagingThe 10 and 50 ml packaging is made of brown glass with a black cap. The 250 g package is made of aluminum with a stopper and a white cap.
DangersBicyclononalactone is classified as a hazardous substance, with the following characteristics: DANGER H318 - Causes serious eye damage. An allergic reaction is uncommon.
CodesItem number: 23197 English name: Bicyclononalactone EC number: 224-623-4 CAS Number EU: 4430-31-3 CAS Number TSCA: 4430-31-3 FEMA Number: 3791
10 ml, 50 ml, 250 g