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Heliotrope Base - Heliotropin Replacement

Heliotrope Base is a powdery vanillic compound with sweet flowery borders

US$ 0.39 /gram
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Odour

The odour and uses of Heliotrope Base - Heliotropin Replacement

Odour=>Helitrope, sweet, vanilla, fresh, faint narcotic floral; helitrope base has a physical texture about it that you can sense, truly like a faint puff of sweet air that comes out of a sealed package of cookies upon first opening them

Synaesthesia=> The air coming out of a package of cookies when you first open them, white, traces of chocolate

Perfume-Uses=> To enhance or evoke the following aromas: Heliotrope, Lilac, Sweet-pea, Linden blossom, Frangipanni, Carnation, Mimosa, Muguet, Appleblossom, Sweet Pea, Pois De Senteur, Sweetens Frags Muguet, Lily Of The Valley, Cherry Almond, Vanilla Plum, Peach, Cola, Maple-syrup, Nut,Tutti-fruitti Sherry

Blends-well-with=> +3-phenyl Propionaldehyde +Coumarin +Terpineol +Vanillin +Cassis

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Synonyms

$VN : Methylene Dioxybenzaldehyde, 3,4- : Piperonal : dioxymethylene Procatechuic Aldehyde : Protocatechuic Aldehyde methylene Ether : Heliotropin : Piperonyl Aldehyde : Heliotropin : Piperonal : 3,4-Methylenedioxybenzaldehyde PerfumersWorld

Description

Product Heliotrope Base - Heliotropin Replacement
Physical State White to pale straw crystals (brown-ex-sassafrass)

Regulatory

CAS No. 120-57-0
FEMA 2911
DOCUMENTATION
IFRA Status / EU Allergens / MSDS / COA
Safety Notes

Perfumery Applications

Typical usage in perfume compounds

0.100%
from
1.000%
Average
12.000%
Maximum

Application Suitability

Used in these perfume types but not limited to them.


Rating

9 = Very Good Performance

8 = Good Performance

7 = Reasonable performance

6 = Fair performance

5 = Mediocre performance

4 = Slight stability problems

3 = Discoloration Problems

2 = Stability problems

1 = Major problems

0 = Not recommended for use


Important Notes:

End application data applies to experiments carried out by the authors or extrapolated from those experiments using computer algorithms. As application product formulations vary widely this information is only a general guide.

Full testing by both perfumers- flavorists and end users is the only proven method to ensuring a perfume or flavours safety- strength- suitability- stability and success.

Legislation and regulations vary widely and change with time so it is your duty to check this.

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