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Nitromusks In Vintages. Trying To Learn More πŸ˜‰



So, I'm trying to learn about Nitromusks (especially concerning vintage fragrances) and that there are 4 main groups(?) such as Musk Xylene (ethanone), Musk Ketone (benzene), Musk Ambrette (benzene)and Musk Moskene (1 H-indene). Two of which are benzene-profiles (whatever that means).
I haven't found out yet about their respective odours, but now I DO know that musk is not just musk when it comes to nitromusks. On ingredients-lists their shortened chemichal names are listed (allthough not so much on vintages) and from that you will know which musk it is (ethanone, benzene etc), but I wouldn't know the scent of it/them. How do you determine which is which and which types of musk are most widely used?
I hope I make some kind of sense LOL.

Please feel free to further enlighten/educate me on this matter. I still have a lot to learn [emoji6]

TIA my friends,
Martin





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