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ALDEHYDE C-9 (NONANAL)

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(KALAMA) ALDEHYDE C-9 (NONANAL) is a booster to freshen floral compositions like jasmine and rose, it also gives some warmth and sophistication. But when used in citrus blends the fragrance is enhanced and made more.

CAS # : 124-19-6

AKA NAME: Pelargonaldehyde

SYNTHETIC AROMA CHEMICAL
CHEMICAL NAME: Nonanal
APPEARANCE: Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid
ODOR TYPE: Aldehydic
ODOR STRENGTH: High - Smell in 10% dilution (or less).
ODOR LONGEVITY276 hour(s) at 100%
ODOR DESCRIPTION: (@1.00 %) Waxy, aldehydic, citrus, with a fresh slightly green lemon peel like nuance, and a cucumber fattiness.
NOTE: TOP

SAFETY IN USE: Not restricted as of the 49th Amendment to the IFRA Code of Practice.
SUGGESTED USE: Up to 1% in the fragrance concentrate.
FLAVOR USAGE: Yes

SDS

SUPPLIER: John D. Walsh
LOT #: A1909030D
DATE RECEIVED: 10/23/2020
HARMONIZED CODE:2912.19.9000
IATA: NONDANGEROUS GOODS - SHIPS WORLDWIDE

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
CHEMICAL FORMULA: C9-H18-O
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 142.2416
ASSAY/PURITY92.00 to 100.00
FLASH POINT: 69 °C (156 °F)
SHELF LIFE: 12 months or longer if stored properly.
STORAGEStore in a cool, dry place in a tightly sealed container, protected from heat and light. 

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Product Reviews

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soapy, and citrus juiciness
Parker Turtenwald (Olympia, WA) 11/4/2019 9:01 PM
This is my first time smelling an aldehyde, so bear with me, this review may be more describing the general smell of aldehydes than specifically comparing C-9 to other aldehydes. Smells "soapy" (I mean in the sense of the underlying feeling of liquid soap), maybe a little waxy. It also has lots of citrus juiciness, like if you could take the juiciness aspect out of the total smell of citrus and hold it in isolation. It's specifically more like a tropical mandarin or tangelo type of juiciness. Maybe slightly lemon, but it would be more like something in the background of lemon, not a lemon smell itself. Aldehydes are usually valued more for their effects than their actual smell themselves, this will certainly add a "sparkle" to your fragrance.