Z11 10 MIP

992964
COMPOUND NAME 5H-3,5a-Epoxynaphth[2,1-c]oxepin, dodecahydro-3,8,8,11a-tetramethyl-
>=50% Renewable Carbon
Olfactive family
Woody
Ambery
Product type
Molecules
Molecule
Olfactive description

Dry, woody and ambery notes, with a strong trigeminal effect.

Z11 is a molecule alive with a thousand sensations.

Its dryness, tenacity and sleek elegance call to mind a precious wood rimmed in shining metal…unforgiving in its strength and designed for pure performance.

Z11’s true character emotionally empowers the signature of a perfume.

Perfumery usage

A 10% dilution in DIPG is available: 992963 Z11 10 DIPG.

The process combines the best of white biotechnology and green chemistry, resulting in a renewable ingredient while ensuring stable quality, reliable supply and with unlimited future availability.

The chemical structure is close to AMBROX®.

Process

Chemical synthesis corresponds to the construction of complex chemical compounds from simpler ones.
Our R&D follows the principles of Green chemistry whenever possible.

Did you know ?

«Z» comes from Zurich University. It was the 11th molecule discovered during our works with Pr. Ruzicka. Originally made from Manool as a starting material, which was extracted from a tree (Manao) in New Zealand, now produced by biotechnology.

Stability & Performance
Recommended applications
Stability
Concentration AVG - MAX
Substantivity & Remarks
Fine Fragrance
0.0000612442 / 0.00612442 / 0.0227694
Heart and base note
Shampoo
0.0000156949 / 0.00156949 / 0.00396344
wet: 3 / dry: 2 /
Shower Gel
0.0000363061 / 0.00363061 / 0.0118885
bloom: 3 /
Soap
0.0000268935 / 0.00268935 / 0.00810066
foam: 3 / dry hand: 2 /
Detergent
0.00000209238 / 0.000209238 / 0.000649152
wet: 4 / dry: 4 /
Softener
0.00000723083 / 0.000723084 / 0.00321798
wet: 4 / dry: 4 /
APC
0.00000852387 / 0.000852387 / 0.00377715
Candle
0.0000567904 / 0.00567904 / 0.0192837
cold wax: 4 / burning: 4 /
    Log P (measured)
    Tenacity
    12
    Flashpoint
    100 °C
    Vapor pressure
    Molecular weight
    Boiling point