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Number: AC0987 | AC M-49
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Maceal
Green, fresh, spice, nutmeg. Very strong, best in dilution. 


CHEMICAL NAME: 6-METHYL-8-(1-METHYLETHYL) BICYCLO (2.2.2)-OCT-5-ENE-2- CARBOXALDEHYDE

APPEARANCE: yellow clear liquid,

ODOR STRENGTH: strong            

ODOR TYPE:  spice

PURITY: ( sum Of Isomers) 98.00 100.00 

MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 192.3 g/mol

LONGEVITY ON BLOTTER: 400 hours 

NOTE: Middle 

AVERAGE USE: 0.5%

FLAVOR USAGE: no     

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CAS NUMBER: 67845-30-1

FLASH POINT: >200 °F 

NOT AVAILABLE FOR FREE SAMPLES

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(5 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Pretty strong, very green
FrankieCee (Melbourne, FL) 8/5/2017 7:45 PM
One of my favorite 'green' materials. It is quite strong and will withstand use at 1%, although I use it at 10%. Very similar to Triplal only much more substantive, diffuse and longer lasting. Great for imparting a fresh, green, grassy character to any composition. Although I never used it as such, it might even be good for sheering out some heavier floral notes too? Interesting concept, gonna have to try that.
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Holy Moly!
Charlie (USA) 4/6/2017 9:05 AM
This has to be the strongest perfume material I've ever encountered. As soon as I took the lid off the sample vial, the scent filled the room. What I detected was very grassy, leafy, outdoors, dirt. It may be tamed in dilution and the "green, spicy" character in the CP description may emerge then, but I think I'd need a respirator just to make the dilution.