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Butyl laurate (papaya, whisky)

  • Product ID: BULAU
  • CAS Number: 106-18-3
  • Formula: C16H32O2
  • MW: 256.42g/mol
  • Density: 0.8-0.9g/ml
  • BP: 175-185C

Butyl laurate is an ester of butanol and lauric acid. It maybe useful as

  • membrane stabilizer
  • emulsifier
  • skin conditioning agent
  • plasticizer in nail vanish
  • fragrance masking agent
  • bio-lubricant oil
  • metal-working fluid
  • degreaser
  • dewaxer
  • neutral organic surfactant, or
  • a carbon (energy or nutrient) source

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Butyl levulinate (buttery chocolate)

  • Product ID: BULE
  • CAS Number: 2052-15-5
  • Formula: C9H16O3
  • MW: 172.22g/mol
  • Density: 0.95-0.99g/ml
  • BP: 105-110C
  • Flash point: 90-94C

Butyl levulinate is an ester of levulinic acid and butanol. Established uses include: sweet buttery fragrance, oxygen-rich fuel additive, or precursor for valerolactone.

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Calcium Formate

  • Product ID: 100FO24
  • CAS Number: 544-17-2
  • Chemical Name/Synonyms: Calcium methanoate, Formic acid calcium salt, Calcoform, Calcium diformate
  • Molecular Formula: C2H2CaO4
  • Molecular Mass: 130.11g/mol
  • Melting Point: greater than 300°C, decompose at 408°C
  • Form: Off-White Crystalline powder

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Calcium propionate

  • Purity: 98%
  • CAS Number: 4075-81-4
  • SKU: 100PRO024
  • LOT: 1100PRO024-092020
  • Formula: C6H10CaO4
  • Synonym: Propionic acid calcium salt
  • Potential Uses: Reagent, food additive, livestock milk fever remedy, mold inhibitor, calcium source in animal feed, antimicrobial additive, etc.
  • Amount: 100g

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Carvacryl acetate (Oregano)

  • Product ID:CARVAC
  • CAS Number: 6380-28-5
  • Formula: C12H16O2
  • MW: 192.26g/mol
  • Density: 0.97-1.1g/ml
  • BP: 243-247C
  • Flash point: 92-96C

Carvacryl acetate is an ester of acetic acid and carvacrol. Carvacrol is principal, pungent, phenolic ingredient of Oregano essential oil and is also found in Thyme essential oil. Carvacrol is responsible for antimicrobial, antioxidant, germicidal, antiseptic, and other therapeutic potency of Oregano essential oil. However, as a phenolic compound, carvacrol is acidic and reactive which significantly impacts the quality, shelf life, and safety of Oregano essential oil. Carvacryl acetate, an ester derivative of carvacrol is neutral, more stable, pleasant smelling, and potentially safer compound. Possible applications of carvacryl acetate include:

  • preservative
  • biofilm inhibitor
  • feed storage additive
  • disinfectant
  • fragrance ingredient for soaps, perfumes, detergents, vanishes

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Cesium formate monohydrate

  • Purity: 98%
  • CAS Number: 3495-36-1
  • SKU: 100FO14
  • LOT: 100FO14-092020
  • Formula: CH3CsO3
  • Synonym:  Cesium methanoate monohydrate, formic acid cesium salt monohydrate
  • Potential Uses:  Laboratory reagent, drilling mud additive, DNA purification, high density alkaline batteries, specialty glass manufacturing, catalyst, electrolyte, etc.
  • Amount: 100g

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Citronellyl acetate (rose, citronella)

  • Product ID: CITRONAC
  • CAS Number: 150-84-5
  • Formula: C12H22O2
  • MW: 198.34g/mol
  • Density: 0.86-0.95g/ml
  • BP: 255-261C
  • Flash point: 86-94C

Citronellyl acetate is a rosy, citrusy ester of acetic acid and citronellol. It is commonly utilized as insect repellant or odorant in soaps, household cleaners, sprays, detergents, vanishes, deodorants, air fresheners, shampoo, hair conditioners, candles, toiletries, incense, fabric softeners, pot pourri, etc. Other applications of citronellyl acetate include:

  • antimicrobial preservative
  • disinfectant
  • corrosion inhibitor

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Clean Synatra Fragrance Oil

A rich with a distinct lavender smell of fresh out-of-the-dryer laundry. Ideal for a lazy day spent indoors. Linalyl acetate (bergamot&lavender), linalool (lavender), and terpineol (lime, tea tree, eucalyptus or Palo Santo)

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Cobalt (II) formate dihydrate

  • Purity: 98%
  • CAS Number: 6424-20-0
  • SKU: 100FO94
  • LOT: 100FO94-092020
  • Formula: C2H6CoO6
  • Synonym: Cobalt (II) methanoate dihydrate, Formic acid cobalt (II) salt dihydrate
  • Potential Uses: catalyst, reagent, cobalt oxide precursor, ceramics precursor, lithium-ion battery cathode precursor, concrete set accelerator, etc.
  • Amount: 100g

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Copper (II) acetate hydrate

Bluish-green crystalline powder
  • Product ID :100AC114
  • CAS : 6046-93-1
  • Molecular formula : C4H8CuO5
  • Molecular mass : 199.65g/mol
  • Mp : decompose at 110-120°C
  • Solubility : 70-74g/L
Copper (II) acetate hydrate is greenish-bluecrystalline powder with a faint vinegar smell. It canused as a fungicide, catalyst for organic reactions,ceramics precursor, pigment for ceramics,insecticide, mildew preventive, preservative forcellulose materials, stabilizer for polyurethanes andnylons, corrosion inhibitor, textile dyeing, anti-fouling paints, electrolysis and electroplatingprocesses, flame proofing, printing andphotocopying, pyrotechnics, and fuel additive.Marines, fisherman, aquarists, and hydrologistsonce used copper acetate used as a shark repellant(Richard L. Tuve, Shark Repellant,,US2458540A). These products are available in 100g & 500g quantities and email inquiries are acceptable for larger quantities.

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Copper (II) Formate Tetrahydrate

  • Product ID: 100FO114
  • CAS Number: 5893-61-8
  • Chemical Name/Synonyms: Cupric formate tetrahydrate
  • Molecular Formula: C2H10CuO8
  • Molecular Mass: 225.64g/mol
  • Melting Point: Decomposes around 130-132°C
  • Form: Crystalline powder

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Dihydromyrcenyl acetate (bergamot or lavender)

  • Product ID: DHMAC
  • CAS Number: 53767-93-4
  • Formula: C12H22O2
  • MW: 198.30g/mol
  • Density: 0.85-89g/ml
  • BP: 212-219C
  • Flash point:89-93C

Colorless oil with powerful, long-lasting, masculine, lime-lavender, sweet, floral odor.Dihydromyrcenyl acetate is a terpene ester of acetic acid and dihydromyrcenol. Dihydromyrcenol, the parent compound, is similar to linalool (in lavender) and/or myrcenol. However, dihydromyrcenol is more stable than myrcenol which is prone to polymerization resulting in gradual loss in odor. Dihydromyrcenyl acetate is much more stable and reliable fragrance oil which retains scent for a longer time. It is not soluble in water but is soluble in alcohols and oils. Due to its exceptional stability, it find uses in soaps, detergents, shampoos, toiletries, fabric softeners, household cleaners, antiperspirants, lotions, etc. It is used as a base for lavender, citrus, floral, and fresh fragrances for men.

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