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ZEPPIN® (Methyl epi-jasmonate) (Zeon)

5.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)

$13.75$125.00

MSDS_GHS_IN_METHYL_JASMONATE

CAS# 39924-52-2

FEMA# 3410

Epimer content 20-23%

(description and usage courtesy of Zeon)

ZEPPIN® is highly epimerized Methyl jasmonate, which has about five times more epi-isomer than JASMONEIGE®. This allows even a small amount of ZEPPIN® in compounds to create significant effects and performance. The threshold of Methyl epi-jasmonate is less than one thousandth of that of the other isomer.

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Description

MSDS_GHS_IN_METHYL_JASMONATE

CAS# 39924-52-2

FEMA# 3410

Epimer content 20-23%

(description and usage courtesy of Zeon)

ZEPPIN® is highly epimerized Methyl jasmonate, which has about five times more epi-isomer than JASMONEIGE®. This allows even a small amount of ZEPPIN® in compounds to create significant effects and performance. The threshold of Methyl epi-jasmonate is less than one thousandth of that of the other isomer.

Natural Occurrence

Methyl epi-jasmonate has been found in Oriental orchids, Honeysuckle, Carnation, Gingerlily, Tea, Mint and Lemon peel as well as in Jasmin.

Use

ZEPPIN® is an essential component of the Jasmin base and the other white floral bases like Lily of the Valley, Gardenia, Honeysuckle, etc. In addition to fragrances and toiletry, ZEPPIN makes the compound more noble and gorgeous.

Additional information

WeightN/A
Quantity

2g, 5g, 25g

1 review for ZEPPIN® (Methyl epi-jasmonate) (Zeon)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sascha

    To my nose Zeppin is more detectable than Splendione, which I can barely smell on its own. On the strip it’s a fairly bright, transparent and completely ethereal jasmine breeze with some sparkling citrus to it. The overall impression has to me some resemblance to Methyl Dihydrojasmonate (especially the high cis versions). But as with Splendione, the true value maybe experienced only if it’s put in a blend where it contributes (white-floral) diffusion, radiance and some fixation. (A simple experiement to observe the ‘effect’ of Zeppin and other Methyljasmonates: just combine Ylang Ylang (extra) essential oil with some Methyljasmonate!)

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