Linalool CAS:78-70-6 Product introduction
EINECS No: 201-134-4
Molecular formula: C10H18O
Molecular weight: 154.25
Density: 0.87 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)
Boiling point: 194-197 °C/720 mmHg (lit.)
Melting point: 25°C
Linalool is a terpene alcohol and is one of the well-known fragrance compounds. Linalool is a mixture of two isomers – linalool and – linalool). Linalool is extracted from camphor camphor oil or synthesized from pinene Chemicalbook or pinene in turpentine. Colorless oily liquid with sweet and fresh floral fragrance, resembling lily of the valley aroma. Easily soluble in organic solvents such as ethanol, ethylene glycol and ether, insoluble in water and glycerol. Easily isomerized, but more stable in alkali.
1. Linalool is an important fragrance and is a blending material for various artificial essential oils, and Linalool is also used in large quantities to manufacture various esters of linalool. Linalool is oxidized to produce citral, which can also be used to synthesize many other fragrances.
2. Linalool can be used in all floral fragrances, such as sweet pea, jasmine, lily of the valley, lilac, etc. Linalool can also be used in fruit, clear, wood, aldehydes, oriental, amber, vegetal orchid, fragrant violet and other non-floral fragrances, and can also be used to formulate orange leaf, bergamot, lavender, miscellaneous lavender oil and other artificial essential oils. Mostly used in soap flavoring.
3.Food fragrance. Linalool Mainly used in the formulation of pineapple, peach, chocolate and other flavors and spice flavors.
Package: Linalool 25kg/bag, 50kg/drum
Linalool storage and transportation:
sealed and stored in a cool, dry place away from light.