|lemon oil folded california||
Expressed Lemon Oil consists of more than 90% terpenes which have but little flavor value and whose insolubility in alcohol is a nuisance in flavor compounding. By careful vacuum distillation, most of the terpene fractions of Lemon Oil can be removed. This method of concentration leads to the two fold, five fold, ten fold, etc.
Concentrated Lemon Oils are used extensively in flavor work where a high amount of unstable and insoluble terpenes may cause trouble like in Carbonated beverages and sherbet ice flavors. The Concentrated Lemon Oils are particularly superior to the sesquiterpeneless terpeneless oils when used in soft drinks since the former will have the fresh note from the monoterpenes which are so characteristic of lemon peel. A six fold, alcohol washed, concentrated lemon oil is soluble in alcohol in all proportions. A plain 6 fold concentrated lemon oil is not.
tsca definition 2008: extractives and their physically modified derivatives. citrus limonum, citrus.
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| ||lemon oil 10-fold california|
| ||lemon oil 5-fold california|
| ||lemon oil california 2-fold|
| ||lemon oil california 3-fold|
| ||lemon oil california 5-fold|
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| ||oil lemon calif type extra, 5-fold, rectified (furo coumarin reduced)|
| ||oil lemon california type 5-fold (from inland fruit)|
| ||oil lemon california type 5-fold extra|
| ||oil lemon california type citressence 5-fold|
| ||oil lemon california type extra 10-fold|
|Soluble in :|
| ||dipropylene glycol|
| ||water, 4.581 mg/L @ 25 °C (est)|
|Insoluble in :|