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CANTRYL ® SYMRISE

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Cantryl ® Symrise

IUPAC Name: (2,2,3-Trimethylcyclopent-3-en-1-yl)acetonitrile
CAS No.: 15373-31-6
Molecular Weight: 149.37

Odor: powerful odor with pine, rosemary, and hay-like tonalities

Perfumery Use: top note booster; enhances aromatic aspects; strengthens lavender, rosemary, and sage;
gives natural aspects to violet leaf notes; adds a natural green, peely aspect to citrus notes;
gives a natural and unique freshness to fir compositions

Flash Point: 235.00 °F. TCC ( 113.00 °C. )

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An unusual nitrile
Bo Jensen (Hvalsoe, ) 3/1/2020 3:07 PM
A peculiar odorant, strongly diffusive, somewhat unpleasant in high concentration (a property it has in common with many nitriles) but in proper dilution having a fascinating, slightly unnatural (or technical) but elegant nuance, a sweet aromatic vibrancy, capable of adding a unique note to certain compositions. Symrise originally called Cantryl for "coumarin's radiant sister"! The name Cantryl derives from its chemical name: CAmpholenic NiTRYL (i.e. nitrile).