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Damascenones are a series of closely related chemical compounds that are components of a variety of essential oils. The damascenones belong to a family of chemicals known as rose ketones, which also includes damascones and ionones. beta-Damascenone is a major contributor to the aroma of roses, despite its very low concentration, and is an important fragrance chemical used in perfumery.
In 2008, (E)-β-damascenone was identified as a primary odorant in Kentucky Bourbon.
- Rose (Rosa damascena), John C. Leffingwell
- Sachihiko Isoe, Shigeo Katsumura, Takeo Sakan (1973). "The Synthesis of Damascenone and beta-Damascone and the possible mechanism of their formation from carotenoids". Helvetica Chimica Acta 56 (5): 1514–1516. doi:10.1002/hlca.19730560508.
- LUIGI POISSON, PETER SCHIEBERLE (2008). "Characterization of the Most Odor-Active Compounds in an American Bourbon Whisky by Application of the Aroma Extract Dilution Analysis". J. Agric. Food Chem 56 (14): 5813–5819. doi:10.1021/jf800382m.
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