Emerald Kalama Chemical

C-8 Aldehyde FCC

Kalama® C-8 Aldehyde is an important flavor and fragrance agent, also known as octanal, octyl aldehyde, and caprylic aldehyde. As a fragrance compound, it is used in soaps, detergents, artificial citrus oils, perfumery (in “light fragrances” and eau de parfums), and creams requiring a citrus character. Its pungent odor becomes citrus-like on dilution. It is also used in foods as a flavoring agent for baked goods, candy, ice cream, and gelatins. At 25 ppm, it provides a green flavor with an orange peel citrus note. C-8 Aldehyde is FDA GRAS under 21 CFR §172.515.

Attribute Value
Specifications
Production Facility Kalama, WA, USA
CAS No. 124-13-0
Flavor/Fragrance Notes Citrus
Typical Properties
Assay 97.0% minimum
Odor Characteristic
Color Colorless to light yellow
Appearance Liquid
Flash Point 54°C (129°F)
Refractive Index (20°C) 1.417 – 1.425
Specific Gravity (25°C) 0.810 – 0.830
Acid Value (mgKOH/g) 5.0 maximum
Application Group Application Description Notes
Flavor & Fragrance Blend Fragrance Application Fragrance ingredient also known as octanal, octyl aldehyde, and caprylaldehyde Citrus
Food Flavor Application Flavoring agent for baked goods, candy, ice cream, and gelatins Citrus
Household Care Fragrance Application Fragrance used in detergents Citrus
Personal Care Fragrance Application Used in perfumery to create citrus notes, including eau de parfums and artificial citrus oils, as well as in soaps Citrus

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