Lavandulol (CAS 58461-27-1)

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Lavandulol is a monoterpene alcohol found in a variety of essential oils such as lavender oil.

The term refers to either of two enantiomers. The (R)-enantiomer is natural and has an aroma described as “weak floral, herbal odor with slightly lemon-like, fresh citrus fruity nuance”; the (S)-enantiomer has only a weak odor.

It is widely used in flavor and perfume industry.


1. used in the perfume industry
2. used as a fragrance of lavender oil
2. used as insect pheromones
3. used as food additive
4. used as pharmaceutical intermediate
5. used in the production of polyolefin plastic


Appearance Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid
Odor floral
Purity 90%min