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Number: AC0073 | AC0074
DANGEROUS GOODS - UN 3082: CLASS-9

Alphaline-70 (ALPHA IONONE WHITE COUER)  has a warm, woody, balsamic, floral odor of deep sweetness and moderate tenacity. Its resemblance to the odor of violet flowers is legendary. Use as a fixative in floral formulas.

CAS #: 127-41-3

AKA NAME: Alphaline-70

SYNTHETIC AROMA CHEMICAL
CHEMICAL NAME: (E)-4-(2,6,6-trimethyl-1-cyclohex-2-enyl)but-3-en-2-one
APPEARANCE: Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid
ODOR TYPE: Floral
ODOR STRENGTH: Medium
ODOR LONGEVITY: 112 hour(s) at 100%
ODOR DESCRIPTION: Sweet, Woody, Floral, Violet, Orris, Tropical, Fruity
NOTE: Base

SAFETY IN USE: Regulated as of the 49th Amendment to the IFRA Code of Practice. Please review Amendment 49 IFRA documentation for complete information.
SUGGESTED USE: 15% in the fragrance concentrate. -Critical effect: Sensitization
FLAVOR USAGE: YES

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SUPPLIER: John D Walsh
LOT #: R-223
DATE RECEIVED: 10.23.2020
HARMONIZED CODE: 2914.23.0000
IATA: DANGEROUS GOODS - UN 3082: CLASS-9

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
CHEMICAL FORMULA: C13 H20 O
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 192.3016
ASSAY/PURITY:
FLASH POINT: > 230°F ( > 110°C )
SHELF LIFE: 24 months or longer if stored properly.
STORAGE: Store 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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Very elegant
RRUGGER (New York, NY) 1/30/2020 7:54 PM
This is a sophisticated accord for violet compositions. To me it smells buttery and creamy on drydown, I've used it to carry Orris notes from the base thru to the middle. It adds a certain coolness to daffodil and lily accords, and it is a wonderful way of adding a floral trace to masculine blends. It also has a woody aspect in the dry down that works really well with Sandalwood and Patchouli. It also contributes to add substance and depth to florals of any kind, but for this it must be used carefully, or it can take over.
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powdery
Mihai C (Santa Barbara, CA) 2/26/2015 3:19 PM
perfect for sustaining orris notes, because of it powdery feel. Some faint ethyl linalool notes in the background.