Lavandulol is a monoterpene alcohol found in a variety of essential oils such as lavender oil.

The term refers to either of two enantiomers. The (R)-enantiomer is natural and has an aroma described as “weak floral, herbal odor with slightly lemon-like, fresh citrus fruity nuance”; the (S)-enantiomer has only a weak odor.

It is widely used in flavor and perfume industry.

Substance Identification

Synonyms (-)-Lavandulol | (R)-Lavandulol
CAS 58461-27-1
EINECS 261-264-2
Molecular Formula C10H18O
Moleclar Weight 154.25

Application & Uses

  • used in the perfume industry
  • used as a fragrance of lavender oil
  • used as insect pheromones
  • used as food additive
  • used as pharmaceutical intermediate
  • used in the production of polyolefin plastic

Sales Specification

Appearance Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid
Odor Floral
Purity, % 90 min

GHS Hazard Statements

H-Code no data available
P-Code no data available
Response no data available
Storage no data available
Disposal no data available
S-phrases: S23-24/25


  • 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


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