Methyl anthranilate

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This text has been automatically translated and may contain errors. Methyl anthranilate is a fragrance that occurs naturally in orange blossom, various other flowers and fruits. The substance is artificially counterfeited for use in perfumes and other fragrance products . Methyl anthranylate is a colorless to pale yellow liquid. The scent is characteristic of orange blossom, but very strong and with some rough edges. It is mainly a heart note. Methyl anthranilate is widely used in perfumery, especially in orange blossom accords, but, in low doses, it also blends well with other floral accords and combined with citrus scents. With aldehydes it forms so-called Schiff bases, so the harsh aspect of methyl anthranilate normally disappears as the perfume matures. Methyl anthranilate can cause discoloration in certain cases, for example in soap, where it is otherwise quite stable. Making a solution can and seems attractive to limit the harsh odor, but as indicated, the odor usually softens with maturation. For that reason it is not necessary to make a dilution, but if desired: it mixes with all common solvents. Keep cool, dry, dark and out of reach of children. Methyl anthranilate is classified under REACH as a hazardous substance with the following hazard statements: H315: Causes skin irritation H319: Causes serious eye irritation H335: May cause respiratory irritation An allergic reaction is possible, but not common. Its English name is Methyl Anthranilate CAS number: 134-20-3 EINECS number: 205-132-4 FEMA number: 2682


10 ml, 50 ml, 250 g