Products & Informations
Citronellol, or dihydrogeraniol, is a natural acyclic monoterpenoid. Both enantiomers occur in nature. It is found in citronella oils, including Cymbopogon nardus (50%), is the more common isomer. (−)-Citronellol is found in the oils of rose (18–55%) and Pelargonium geraniums.
Citronellol can be prepared by hydrogenation of geraniol or nerol.
Citronellol has multiple applications in the industry.
APPLICATIONS & USES
- used in alcoholic fine fragrances
- widly used in many perfume composition that gives a clean, fresh, and natural rosy note to fragrance
- used as fabric softeners
- used as antiperspirant
- used in detergents
- Soluble in ethanol and most non-volatile oils and propylene glycol, insoluble in glycerol, but insoluble in water
|LD50 oral, rat||3450mg/kg|
|LD50 skin, rabbit||2650mg/kg|
- Iron Drum, 180kg net each
- flammable materials should be stored in a separate safety storage cabinet or room
- ground all equipment containing material
- keep away from heat
- keep away from sources of ignition
- keep container tightly closed
- keep in a cool, well-ventilated place
|GHS Hazard Statements|
|Response||P301+P310+P330 P303+P361+P353 P304+P340+P311 P308+P311 P370+P378|
|Storage||P403+P233 P403+P235 P405|
S-phrases: S26-S36-S24/25 | R-phrases: R36/37/38
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