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Orange Carbonyls

By: Michael Zviely, CIC
Posted: February 23, 2011, from the March 2011 issue of P&F magazine.

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  • March 2011 issue, 52
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Orange carbonyls (orangle aldehydes) (FEMA# 2826, CAS# 8028-48-6) occur in all citrus fruits, especially in sweet orange. Orange carbonyls are colorless to pale yellow liquids having a natural orange, sweet, juicy, fresh peel odor and flavor.

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