Damascenone is a chemical, colorless to pale yellow liquid with a pleasant rose aroma. It is a rose scent and plum, plum pomelo, raspberry and other fruity. The boiling point is 60 ° C (0.13 Pa). Natural products are found in rose oil, black tea, raspberry oil, and the like.
More About Damascenone：
Structure or formula: C13H18O
Density: relative density 0.942 (d20/4)
Boiling point (°C): 57 (0.13kPa)
Refractive index: 1.5123
Solution: Almost insoluble in water, soluble in organic solvents such as ethanol.
|Test items||Criterion||Test Results|
|Appearance||/||Light yellow to yellow liquid|
|Odor||/||Plum, blackberry, tobacco and floral & rose-like odor|
|Refractive Inder n20(20℃)||1.508~1.514||1.510|
|Storage||Storage conditions: stored in a closed container, in a cool, dry, well-ventilated place|
Use Of Damascenone:
Adding a small amount to the essence can enhance the aroma of the rose. Has a strong floral aroma and good diffusion. Mainly used to blend high-end cosmetics and food flavors.
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Preparation or sources:
Using b-ring citral as raw material, through Grignard reaction and oxidation reaction. Or 1,3-pentadiene and bromoisopropylideneacetone are cyclized, and then obtained by dehydrobromination, condensation with acetaldehyde, dehydration and the like.