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Agrumen Aldehyde Light

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Agrumen Aldehyde Light has a fresh green soapy aroma, with a slight citrus under tone, it is clean, bright, and long lasting.

(AC A6) Aroma Chemical

Recommended Usage Levels: 5.0 % in the fragrance concentrate.

NOTE: Middle

ODOR TYPE: Green

ODOR Characteristics:

  • Fresh
  • Green
  • Herbal
  • Cirus
  • Soapy
  • Clean

AKA NAME: Agrumen Aldehyde

CHEMICAL NAME: NA

APPEARANCE: pale yellow to green yellow clear liquid

ODOR STRENGTH:  Medium

LONGEVITY: 276 hours on a blotter

MOLECULAR WEIGHT: NA

AVERAGE USE: 5.0 %

FLAVOR USAGE: NA

CAS NUMBER: Mixture

FLASH POINT: 147 °F ( 63 °C )

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Product Reviews

(3 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
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One of the best citrus synthetic mixtures
Mats (Tallinn) 7/13/2018 2:31 PM
Absolute freshness. My favourite citrus mixture alongside with Pamzest (the latter one is very different compared to Argumen Aldehyde Light). Green, powerful (a little goes long way), sharp, has similarities to neroli EO (but is much cleaner, no unwanted side smells). Feels very natural. Makes most floral compositions better (if you dose extreamly carefully), gives sparkle and "magic extra".
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Great chemical
Garvin Gilbert (Oscoda, MI) 2/2/2017 11:26 AM
Beautiful ,clean and crisp Like an aldehyde should be
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Perfect aldehyde
Sherry Hawkins-Hutley (Scarborough, ON) 5/22/2015 6:15 PM
This is a perfect material for a light fragrance blend. When you need something with sparkle but not too overpowering, this is just the thing. It's suggestive of citrus, just not as obvious. I have a 50% dilution, and there was no fear of overdoing it.