This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. PADMA is a fragrance used in products such as perfumes, cosmetics and other scented products. It is an abbreviation of the English PhenylAcetaldehyde DiMethylAcetal.
UsePADMA has a green, fresh floral scent, as well as earthy and nutty aspects. It is primarily used for green floral scents. A good example is hyacinth, but it also goes well with rose, lily of the valley and lilac. For example, fougère and leather perfumes can give some floral scent. The smell is not very strong. In perfumes it is mainly a heart note. Furthermore, it is an excellent and much more stable substitute for phenylacetaldehyde (phenylacetaldehyde), but the smell is less strong. To replace it in a formulation, it is best to use about 4-6 times as much PADMA as phenylacetaldehyde. Because it is not strong and overpowering, making a dilution is unusual.
PropertiesAt room temperature it is a clear, colorless to pale yellow liquid, the substance has a fairly long shelf life. The substance hardly occurs in nature, the synthetic version is used for use as a fragrance.
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 white cap.
DangersPADMA is classified as a hazardous substance, with the following characteristics: WARNING H319 - Causes serious eye irritation.
CodesItem number: 23066 English name: PADMA EC number: 202-945-6 CAS Number EU: 101-148-4 CAS Number TSCA: 101-148-4 FEMA Number: 2876
10 ml, 50 ml, 250 g