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Dihy­dro­ro­san

A new ingre­dient for any kind of fra­grance. Dihy­dro­ro­san is a top note ingre­dient with a new mild-rosy-flo­ral-green note, impact­ful on top.

Overview

Appearance
Clear colorless liquid

Odor
Mild, floral, green-herbal, rose, geranium-like

Occurence
Occurs in nature

Applications

Fragrance
Suitable for any kind of fragrance. Easy and safe in use. Closet alternative to Rose oxides on the market. Specific synergy in fragrance compositions if used together with Rose oxides or any other floral, rose ingredient.
Substantivity: <1 hour
Recommended use level in compounds: between 0.1 and 5%

Technical Data

Chemical Structure
dihydrorosan

CAS-No
13477-62-8

EINECS
236-770-1

Synonyms
Dihydrorose oxide