Wednesday, September 05, 2012


  • Rhodinol comes in nature as a typical component of rose and geranium oils and confounded with isomers the alcohol citronellol.
  • Still in the 40's of this century one assumed that rhodinol would be isomer from geraniol, or even identical to this. 
  • It is combustible liquid mixture of terpene alcohols with rose scent; soluble in mineral oil and alcohol; and especially used in perfumes and flavors. 
  • When the geranylacetone serving as a main body of the essence formula participates in burning, aroma which is naturally harmonized with the cigarette aroma can be generated without foreign smell and the rhodinol can weaken or modify the foreign smell component brought by burning of the bobbin

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