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Methyl Cedryl Ether(19870-74-7)

Methyl Cedryl Ether is a very nice ambery cedarwood substitute – a low cost alternative to the more costly synthetic ambergris forms – very widely used and particularly effective combined with the related Vertofix. Has both fixative and diffusive effects.

Cedramber

Cedramber is colorless to light yellow transparent liquid with a woody and amber-like odor. It is prepared by methylation of cedrol. First, take cedrol as raw material, and then convert it into sodium alkoxide, finally through the methylation reaction to obtain cedramber.

Cedramber is widely used as a perfume, cosmetic, soaps, food (content less than 5%), solvent and medicine production.