Common Fragrance and Flavor Materials by Kurt Bauer, Dorothea Garbe, Horst Surburg

By Kurt Bauer, Dorothea Garbe, Horst Surburg

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This publication offers a survey of these common and artificial perfume and style fabrics that are commercially on hand, produced and used on a comparatively huge scale and that are vital materials for the production of perfume and style compositions due to their particular sensory features, e.g., odor, style. It offers details on their homes, equipment hired of their manufacture, and their components of application.
'...The very good and concise advent to this special is via broad details on approximately 500 of the main used perfume and taste compounds. Names, molecular formulation, actual info, smell and style descriptions, makes use of, and a few methods for the bigger scale construction of chemical compounds are all incorporated. Successive chapters care for crucial oils, animal secretions, qc, toxicology and literature. The formulation, identify and CAS registry quantity index are a useful and well timed addition.' - Parfumer and Flavorist
'...Data that might mostly need to be chosen from many various books are available one resource with this book...with over 800 citations through the textual content, it is a approximately inexhaustible resource of information.' - Euromaterials

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455, is a clear, colorless to pale yellowish liquid with a very strong, citrus odor reminiscent of nuances in orange and mandarine oil. It can be prepared by Knoevenagel condensation of undecanal with cyano acetic acid and subsequent decarboxylation. , cosmetics, soaps, and detergents. Trade Names. Ozonil (H&R), `Tridecen-2-nitril' (Dragoco), `Tridecene-2-nitrile' (Quest). 1 Hydrocarbons Acyclic terpene (C10 ) and sesquiterpene (C15 ) hydrocarbons ®nd little use in ¯avor and fragrance compositions.

4384, occurs in lemon oil and has been identi®ed as a volatile constituent of cucumber. It is a colorless liquid having a fatty-waxy, slightly citrus-like odor. Addition of tridecanal to fragrance compositions imparts fresh nuances in the top note as well as in the dry out. 4205, is not reported to have been found in nature. It is a colorless liquid with n20 D an aldehydic, citrus-peel-like, waxy-green odor. 2-Methyldecanal is obtained as a by-product in the manufacture of 2-methylundecanal by hydroformylation of 1-decene (see 2-methylundecanal).

FCT 1975 (13) p. 757. 841, is a colorless liquid with a fresh citrus-like odor and a lavender note. It is obtained from 3,7-dimethyl-1,6-octadiene (citronellene), the pyrolysis product of cis-pinane [51] and can be prepared by three di€erent processes: (a) by addition of hydrogen chloride and subsequent hydrolysis of the resulting 2,6-dimethyl-2-chloro-7-octene [52]; or (b) by addition of formic acid and subsequent saponi®cation of the resulting dihydromycrenyl formate [52a]; or (c) by direct hydroxylation with 60±80% sulfuric acid [52b].

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