Aldehyde C12 Lauric

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This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. Aldehyde C12 lauric, also known as dodecanal, is a naturally occurring fragrance, but always in small quantities. Essential oils of many plants are found in it does occur, but in the end it hardly ever ends up in the bottle of essential oil, because the steam distillation process largely breaks down the aldehyde. For that reason, it is synthetically counterfeited for use in fragrance compositions. Aldehyde C12 lauric is a colourless liquid that is more than 96% pure. The scent is often described as greasy or waxy, but also as fresh and citrusy. Aldehydes are often counted as heart, top and base notes because it has an effect in all those notes. Looking at the substantivity it is mainly a base note, looking at the effect often a top note. Aldehyde C12 lauric is a very versatile fragrance that is mainly used for a sweetish freshness in, for example, floral accords. Perfumers often distinguish aldehydic scents and aldehydic floral scents as special types of perfume. The pure aldehyde has a very intense odor. Aldehyde C12 lauric it is very sensitive to oxidation and polymerization, turning into a white solid substance. Once it has been converted into this substance, it can no longer be liquefied. Although this white substance is not harmful in itself (and can simply be filtered out), it does not contribute to the smell. Dissolving in alcohol makes aldehyde C12 more dosable and limits the risk of oxidation and polymerization. A solution of 10% in alcohol is the most convenient in practice. Keep cool, dry, dark and out of reach of children. Aldehyde C12 lauric is classified as a hazardous substance under REACH/CLP with the following warnings: Warning H315 - Causes skin irritation. H317 - May cause an allergic skin reaction. H319 - Causes serious eye irritation. The English name is Aldehyde C12 Lauric CAS Number: 112-54-9 EINECS Number: 203-983-6 FEMA Number: 2615


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