Terpineol may refer to any combination of four monoterpene alcohol isomers and occurs naturally in many plants. It has a pleasant scent often described as similar to lilac when referring to alpha-terpineol, and as similar to pine when referring to a combination of isomers. Along with its enjoyable scent, it possesses a pleasant taste comparable to fresh mint, lime or anise. It is a common ingredient in fragrance products, cosmetics, and flavorings.
Ingredients: Terpineol (natural)
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Color: Colorless solid. Pure alpha-isomer is white, crystalline powder
Odor: Pure alpha-isomer is floral, lilac. Combined isomers are pine
Taste: Lime, Peach, floral (lilac)
Boiling point: 218-221ºC
Solubility: In water, 7100 mg/L at 25ºC. Very soluble in alcohol, ether, benzene, acetone.
Density: 0.935 g/ML at 20ºC
Molecular Weight: 154.253 g/mol