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ETHYL ACETO ACETATE
Sweet, ethereal, suggesting the smell of green apples
Use: In perfume compositions, ETHYL ACETOACETATE is mainly used to achieve etheric, fresh-agrumic and other subtle top notes.

CAS # : 141-97-9

AKA NAME: Acetoacetic ester

SYNTHETIC AROMA
CHEMICAL NAME: ethyl 3-oxobutanoate
APPEARANCE: Colorless to very yellow liquid
ODOR TYPE: Fruity
ODOR STRENGTH: Medium
ODOR LONGEVITY: 4 hours at 100.00 %
ODOR DESCRIPTION: Fresh, Fruity, Green, Apple, Fatty
NOTE: Top

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: 15.0000 % in the fragrance concentrate.
FLAVOR USAGE: Yes

SDS
COO
COA
IFRA STATEMENT
SPECIFICATION SHEET

SUPPLIER: LERMOND
LOT #: LC014023
DATE RECEIVED: 5/5/2021
HARMONIZED CODE:
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CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
CHEMICAL FORMULA: C6 H10 O3
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 130.14330000
ASSAY/PURITY: PURITY (BY GC): ≥ 99%
FLASH POINT: 84.4°C (183.92°F)
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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A very quiet, but nice bitter green apple skin note
MS (LA) 7/4/2014 7:59 PM
At 20% dilution, it's very hard to pick up. The materials smells nice—sort of a stemmy, leafy apple skin—slightly bitter. But you'd need to use quite a lot of it for it to be anything other than an anchor for a stronger apple note.