Alpha Cedrene, Beta Cedrene and Thujopsene are naturally found in cedarwood oil. It appears yellow liquid with woody odor.
Alpha Cedrene industrial grade can be obtained by separating the cedar oil and removing the cedar brains, and then fractionating the remaining parts rich in sesquiterpenes.
It is widely used in fragrance formulation and the synthesis of more valuable aromatic substances, such as acetyl cedrene, cedryl ketone, etc.
In China, the content of alpha Cedrene above 85%.
|Synonyms||α-Cedrene | 2,2,6,10 Tetramethl-Tricyclo [5.3.1.03,7]-9-undecene|
Application & Uses
Features & Benefits
|Appearance||Light yellow transparent liquid|
|Odor Character||Woody, cedar smell|
|Relative Density, @ d25/25||0.920~0.950|
|α Cedrene, GLC, %||90 min|
- Galvanized Iron Drum, 180kg net each
GHS Hazard Statements
- containers which are opened must be carefully resealed and kept upright to prevent leakage
- store in cool place. Keep container tightly closed in a dry and well-ventilated place
|GHS Hazard Statements|
|Response||P301+P310 P331 P391|
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