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L’LIMONENE 65

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Odor: Refreshing, light, very clean.
Use: Widely used in perfumery and in citrus fragrances to give lift and freshness. Combines very well with any other citrus note such as bergamot, orange, lemon, mandarin, and grapefruit.


Chemical Name:  cyclohexene, 1-methyl-4-(1-methylethenyl)-, (4S)-
 
Appearance :Colorless liquid
 
Odor Strength: Medium
 
Odor Type: Herbal

Longevity: 4 Hours 

Note: Top

Average use: Traces - 8%

Flavor usage:

More Infod-, l-and dl-Limonene and natural products containing substantial amounts of it, should only be used when the level of peroxides is kept to the lowest practical level, for instance by adding antioxidants at the time of production. Such products should have a peroxide value of less than 20 millimoles peroxides per liter, determined according to the FMA method, which can be downloaded from the IFRA website (see Analytical Methods).
SDS

CAS Number:  5989-54-8

Flash Point:  127.00 °F. TCC ( 52.78 °C. )

 

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burning oils in lemon peel, woodiness in lemon, astringent sharp
Parker Turtenwald (Olympia, WA) 11/12/2019 6:52 PM
lemon terpene smell, in a simple sort of sour way. kind of a sharp lemon edge, or the woodiness in lemon. similar to a Pine-Sol feeling but much sharper and more abrupt note. There's no sweetness or fruitiness here. smells somewhat reminiscent of lemon but not citrus. refreshing, very clean. more of a faint smell with a strong edge. kind of astringent, very slight tang in a distinctly lemon sort of way. the burning sort of oils in lemon peel.
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It's Limonene's mirror...
FrankieCee (Melbourne, FL) 8/5/2017 2:43 PM
This is a citrus note...mostly...only the left-handed version of its big brother enantiomer d (dextro)-limonene. While d-limonene is more citrus-like on the order of orange, orange peel, l (laevo)-limonene is more citrus-y/terpenic/green along the order of Dipentene. It is useful as a modifier where you can create some original effects. Dose carefully, but neat, in most applications. Either way I believe it to be a necessary adjunct toward a complete organ.