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    Hello
    I have a strange question about the amount of ethyl vanillin given an amount of vanillin.
    For example: i have a formula with 10 per cent vanillin, what amount of ethyl vanillin should i add to have the same power? I know that the smell is a bit different, but i don t have vanillin...
    I read that ethyl vanillin is 10x more powerful than vanillin, so the ratio would be 1/10? Or what?
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    The big waste of matetials...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pobepto View Post
    The big waste of matetials...
    Since both materials are dirt cheap, and powdered, your experiments would be both diluted and inexpensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pobepto View Post
    Hello
    I have a strange question about the amount of ethyl vanillin given an amount of vanillin.
    For example: i have a formula with 10 per cent vanillin, what amount of ethyl vanillin should i add to have the same power? I know that the smell is a bit different, but i don t have vanillin...
    I read that ethyl vanillin is 10x more powerful than vanillin, so the ratio would be 1/10? Or what?
    Thank you all
    Robert
    Robert,
    For me, for some reason I have a harder time smelling ethyl vanillin than I do vanillin...
    I think you really do have to make up equal amounts of both, compare on test strips...

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