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C-10 Aldehyde

Kalama® C-10 Aldehyde, also known as decanal, is an important component in perfumery, softer than C-8 Aldehyde and used to give both floral and citrus effects. Its pronounced fatty odor is reminiscent of orange peel and develops a floral and fresh citrus character on dilution. It is especially used in blossom fragrances, where it creates citrus nuances. It is also a component of many essential oils, such as neroli oil and various citrus peel oils. C-10 Aldehyde is available in an FCC grade, which is GRAS under 21 CFR §182.60.

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Attribute Value
Specifications
Production Facility Kalama, WA and Widnes, UK
CAS No. 112-31-2
Flavor/Fragrance Notes Citrus, floral
Typical Properties
Assay 98.0% minimum
Odor Characteristic
Color Colorless to pale yellow
Appearance Liquid
Flash Point 85C (185F)
Refractive Index (20C) 1.426 - 1.430
Density (20C) (g/ml) 0.822 - 0.835
Acid Value (mgKOH/g) 5.0 maximum
Additives α-Tocopherol antioxidant
Application Group Application Description   Notes
Flavor & Fragrance Blend Fragrance Application Important perfumery component also known as decanal; fatty odor with floral, citrus effects on dilution Citrus
Food Animal Feed Additive for animal feed
Household Care Fragrance Application Provides floral and citrus effects for household care products. Orange peel, fresh floral
Personal Care Fragrance Application An important component in perfumery providing floral and citrus effects, especially in blossom fragrances, as well as in essential oils. Orange peel, fresh floral

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