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ETHYL LAURATE has sweet, waxy, soapy and rummy with creamy, floral, mild, fatty, slightly fruity-floral nuances.

CAS # : 106-33-2

AKA NAME: Ethyl dodecanoate


SYNTHETIC AROMA
CHEMICAL NAME: Ethyl dodecanoate
APPEARANCE: Colorless clear oily liquid
ODOR TYPE: Waxy
ODOR STRENGTH: Medium
ODOR LONGEVITY: 216 hour(s) at 100.00 %
ODOR DESCRIPTION: Sweet, Waxy, Floral, Soapy, Clean
NOTE: Middle

SAFETY IN USE: Is not restricted as such according to the Standards of the International Fragrance Association (IFRA) (up to and including the 49th amendment)
SUGGESTED USE: 14.0000 % in the fragrance concentrate
FLAVOR USAGE: Yes

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IFRA STATEMENT
SPECIFICATION SHEET

SUPPLIER: Lermond
LOT #: LC013869
DATE RECEIVED: 5/5/2021
HARMONIZED CODE:
IATA: NONDANGEROUS GOODS - SHIPS WORLDWIDE

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
CHEMICAL FORMULA: C14H28O2
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 228.37556000
ASSAY/PURITY:
FLASH POINT: > 93.3 °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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Pleasant surprise
David Goodwin (Madison, WI) 11/25/2016 4:34 PM
I ordered some of this on the suggestion of using it in a leather accord. It has a dry, papery quality that I can see working in that context. I was most pleasantly surprised to discover its main quality as resembling the oily fattiness of ambrette, without so much of the wine like or nutty qualities. I see this as getting a lot of use in the near future.