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Fragrance Materials Test Mix (12 components)

  • Performance evaluation for essential oils and fragrance chemicals.
  • System suitability mixture for GC systems and analytical columns.
  • Convenient 0.5 mL quantity for easy dilution to recommended working solution.

Fragrance Materials Test Mix (12 components)

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31807 ea. Neat, 0.5 mL in an amber ampul Fragrance Materials Test Mix Select Deselect
Units
ea.  
Conc. in Solvent and Volume
Neat, 0.5 mL in an amber ampul  
Product Name
Fragrance Materials Test Mix  
Certified Reference Material (CRM)
Yes  
Max Shelf Life on Ship Date
24 months  
Min Shelf Life on Ship Date*
6 months  
Shipping Conditions
Ambient  
Storage Temperature
10 °C or colder  

    Benzoic acid (65-85-0), 1.0%
    Benzyl salicylate (118-58-1), 35.7%
    1,8-Cineole (Eucalyptol) (470-82-6), 0.5%
    trans Cinnamaldehyde (14371-10-9), 0.5%
    Cinnamyl acetate (103-54-8), 0.3%
    Cinnamyl alcohol (104-54-1), 0.3%
    Ethyl butyrate (105-54-4), 35.7%
    Geraniol (106-24-1), 0.6%
    Hydroxycitronellal (3,7-Dimethyl-7-hydroxyoctanal) (107-75-5), 5.0%
    d-Limonene (5989-27-5), 20.0%
    Thymol (89-83-8), 0.3%
    Vanillin (121-33-5), 0.1%

The Fragrance Materials Association (FMA) has proposed a method for analyzing essential oils on polar and nonpolar capillary GC columns. A performance evaluation mixture should be used to aid in detecting inlet problems, stationary phase degradation, loss of resolution, changes in sensitivity, and the presence of reactive sites in the sample pathway. Our test mix is consistent with the mixture proposed by the FMA. The required 5% test solution is made by diluting the 0.5 mL of neat mixture to 10 mL with acetone. The working solution will be stable for up to one week if transferred to a dark container and stored refrigerated.