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### dihydrocoumarin

### CAS Number: 119-84-6

##### The statistical data we collected from 21 public perfume formulas suggests that the mean dose for dihydrocoumarin is 0.75%. The typical lower limit is 0.20%, and the usual higher limit is 3.5%. The highest amount of dihydrocoumarin we encountered in any single formula is 13%, and the lowest was 0.010%.

##### Please note that according to the IFRA Standard Category 4, the level of dihydrocoumarin should not exceed 0.43% of the final product. Assuming that you will be using your formula for an alcoholic perfume at a 10% dilution, this means you should only use dihydrocoumarin at 4.3% or less of the formula.

##### Restriction Limits In The Finished Product (IFRA Amendment 49):

##### Category 1

##### 0.077 %

##### Category 2

##### 0.023 %

##### Category 3

##### 0.46 %

##### Category 4

##### 0.43 %

##### Category 5A

##### 0.11 %

##### Category 5B

##### 0.11 %

##### Category 5C

##### 0.11 %

##### Category 5D

##### 0.030 %

##### Category 6

##### 0.25 %

##### Category 7A

##### 0.88 %

##### Category 7B

##### 0.88 %

##### Category 8

##### 0.030 %

##### Category 9

##### 0.84 %

##### Category 10A

##### 0.84 %

##### Category 10B

##### 3.0 %

##### Category 11A

##### 0.030 %

##### Category 11B

##### 0.030 %

##### Category 12

##### No Restriction

###### 0.010%

###### 0.20%

###### 0.75%

###### 3.5%

###### 13%

###### Min

###### Max

### Aroma Ingredient Usage Statistics

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