Cedryl Acetate

Cedryl acetate appears colorless to pale yellow liquid with the odor of cedarwood and vetivertone. The crystal and liquid product of cedryl acetate can be prepared by the acetylation of cedrol.

Cedryl acetate is extensively used in food flavoring and fragrance formulation of daily chemical products.

Cedryl Acetate also can be used in food approved by FDA but not more than 1m/kg.

Substance Identification

Synonyms Cedrenyl Acetate
CAS 77-54-3
EINECS 201-036-1
FEMA 4271
HS.CODE 291539
Molecular Formula C17H28O2
Moleclar Weight 264.4

Application & Uses

  • used in food flavoring
  • used in fragrance formulation, especially in woody fragrance
  • used as pharmaceutical raw material

Features & Benefits

  • Insoluble in water, soluble in oils and organic solvents

Sales Specification

Appearance Colorless to pale yellow liquid
Refractive Index, @ n20/D 1.499~1.506
Relative Density, @ d25/25 0.965~0.985
Purity, G.C, % 97
LD50 oral, rat >4.8g/kg
LD50 dermal, rabbit >5g/kg


  • Iron Drum, 180kg net each

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GHS Hazard Statements

H-Code H317/400/410
P-Code P261/272/280/273
Response P302+P352 P333+P313 P321 P362+P364 P391
Storage no data available
Disposal P501
R-phrases: R38


  • keep container tightly closed in a dry and well-ventilated place
  • store in cool place

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