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IS 15740 (2007): OIL OF ROLSE [PCD 18: Natural and
Synthetic Fragrance Materials]

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100. 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI 110002 January 2007 Price Group 2 . Indian Standard OIL OF ROSE — SPECIFICATION ICS 71.60 @BIS2007 BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS MANAK BHAVAN..IS 15740:2007 .

USSR. Coal and Related Products Division Council.Natural and Synthetic Fragrance Materials Sectional Committee. In the formulation of this standard. perfumery and medicinal purposes. Spain. PCD 18 FOREWORD This Indian Standard was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards. which is not equivalent to Indian variety. France. Germany. Rose plant is grown in Bulgaria. Turkey. The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value shoulp be the same as that of the specified value in this standard. observed or calculated. Rose oil is used extensively in flowering. In India. Iran and India. after the draft finalized by the Natural and Synthetic Fragrance Materials Sectional Committee had been approved by the Petroleum. . expressing the result of a test or analysis shall be rounded off in accordance with IS 2: 1960 ‘Rules for rounding off numerical values (revised)’. Rajasthan and to some extent in Punjab. Alkaline saline soils with pH range of 8-9 are quite suitable for the growth of rose plant. considerable assistance has been derived ffom testing experience of fragrance and flavour industries. An International Standard ISO 9842:2003 ‘Oil of rose (Rosa damuscena Miller)’ also exists. For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with the final value. This plant flowers during the month of March and April in North Indian Plains and May and June in hilly areas. the main areas of its cultivation are located chiefly in Uttar Pradesh. Morocco.

1 The use of the Standard Mark is governed by the provisions of the Bureau. This constitutes the chromatographic profile of the essential oil. if any.3 BIS Certification Ma. each sample 1 .1 The material shall comply with the requirements given in Table 1. (Part 5): 2006/ Determination ofrefiactive index (third ISO280:1998 revision) (Part 18): 1984/ Determination of fieezingpoint (second ISO 1041:1973 revision) (Part 19): 1998 Gas chromatographic perfimery materials analysis of 1070:1992 Reagent grade water (third revision) 2284:1988 Method for olfactory assessment of natural and synthetic perfumery materials (first revision) 6597:2001 Glossary of terms relating to flagrance and fiavotir industry (second revision) 5. the definitions given in IS 6597 shall apply. d) Indication of source of manufacture. 4 REQUIREMENTS 4.of Indian Standards Act. b) Manufacturer’s name and address and/or his recognized trade-mark. f) Month and year of manufacture. 5.3. Methods of sampling and test for natural and synthetic perfumery materials: (Part1):1984 Sampling(second revision) (Part2) :1980 Preliminary examination of perfhmery materials and samples (second revision) ‘ 5. 1986 and the Rules and Regulations made thereunder. as agreed to between the purchaser and the supplier.2 Marking Each container so packed shall bear legibly and indelibly the following information: a) Name of the material. The proportions of these components indicated by the integrator shall be as shown in Table 2. preferably glass.rking The containers may also be marked with the Standard Mark.1 Packing Title IS No. 3 TERMINOLOGY 5. In the chromatogram obtained.1 Direct contact of the material with the galvanized or mild steel containers shall be avoided.u!!!!! IS 15740:2007 Indian Standard OIL OF ROSE — SPECIFICATION 1 SCOPE This standard specifies the requirements and the methods of sampling of essential oil of rose (Rosa damascena Miller). if any. 326 5 PACKING AND MARKING The material shall be supplied in airtight containers. and g) Cautionary notice. permitting a minimum of airspace.1. e) Batch number. (Part 3): 2006/ Determination of relative density (third 1S0279 :1998 revision) (Part4): 2005/ Determination of optical rotation (third ISO 592:1998 revision) 5. The details of conditions under which the licence for the use of the Standard Mark may be granted to manufacturer or producers may be obtained from the Bureau of Indian Standards. The following standards are necessary adjuncts to this standard: 5. the representative and characteristic components shown in Table 2 shall be identified. c) Net and gross mass of the material. tin-lined or aluminum. For the purpose of this standard.2 Chromatographic Profile Analysis of the essential oil shall be carried out by Gas Representative samples of the materials.2 The material shall be protected from light and stored in a cool and dry place. 6 SAMPLING 4.1. 2 REFERENCES Chromatography (see Annex A).

7 18) 30 The correction and 0. ‘C density is synonymous 326 (Part 5) – 2° to -4. 7.4520 to 1.4560 to 1.4. Components Minimum.3 Quality of Reagents Unless specified otherwise.1) SI No. Table 1 Requirements for Oil of Rose (Clauses 4. i) ii) (2) 7. Ref to 1S (4) Appearance Mobile and clear liquid 326 (Part 2) ii) Ccdour Colorless 326 (Part 2) Iii) Odour Characteristic iv) Relative (1) 1) (2) B v) VI) vii) viii) to light yellow rosy density l]: a) at 20°C 0. Percent Percent (3) (4) l-Citronellol 22 32 Nerol 10 14 iii) Geraniol 23 32 iv) Phenylethyl 3 7 (1) the relevant Indian Standard. “C II Re[atlve 2284 with ‘specific degree Celcius change in temperature gravity’.8800 b) at 27°C 0. Characteristic Requirements (3) Method of Test.1 Test for the determination of all the characteristics shall be conducted on the composite sample as prescribed in 4.2 and7.8500 to 0..00064 containing not less than 50 ml shall be drawn as prescribed is [S326 (Part 1). for relative density and refractive index for each factors respectively.5° Freezing point. are 0. water (see IS 1070) shall be employed in tests.8750 Refractive 326 (Part 3) indexll a) at 20°C 1.1 and 7. 1) S1 No. NOTE — ‘Pure chemicals’ contain impurities.4700 Optical rotation Congealing 326 (Part 4) 9 to 12 20 to point.2 Test Methods 7. pure chemicals and distilled alcohol .00038 326 (Part shall mean chemicals which affects the result of that do not analysis.8700 to 0.2.1 Tests shall be carried out as per Table 2 Chromatographic Profile (Clauses 4. Maximum.1.2.E IS 15740:2007 f. NUMBER OF TESTS 7.4680 b) at 27°C 1. Table I and Table 2.

2 pl emergefromthe end of the columnone afieranotherand are detectedby suitablemeanswhoseresponseis related A-3 CALCULATION to the amount of a specific component leaving the column. or indirect calibration. the area is measured by multiplying the peak height times the width of the half height. can be used. if fixed with GC machine.1 Area Measurements (see Note 1) A-2 PROCEDURE A-2. hexane. disc integrator and electronic digital namely.1 Outline of the Method Injector port temperature: A sample of the material is dissolved in a suitable solvent (for example. The typical chromatograms for oil of rose in capillary column with the following chromatographic conditions is shown in Fig. Final temperature : 200 “c Initialtime : Smin A-1.1. integrator. would be of great advantage.1 Gas Chromatographic Conditions of Capillary Column Column : Fused silica capillary column a) Size : Length. 30 m lntemal diameter. 20 m Since normal peaks approximate a triangle.2 Area Normalization (see Note 2) By normalizing. Percentage ofA = Area of A x 100 Total area NOTES 1 Other methods of area measurements. The normal peak base is not taken since large deviations may be observed due to tailing or adsorption. During its movement.1S 15740:2007 ANNEX A (Ckum 4. cyclohexane or petroleum ether) and is injected into the gas chromatographywhere it is carried by the carrier gas from one end of the column to the other. The separated constituents 210 T Detector a) Type : Flame ionization b) Temperature : 220”C Volumeinjected : 0.1 The analysis shall be done as per IS 326 (Part 19). A-3. if pure appropriate This method is known as relative .23 m b) Carrier gas : Nitrogen Stationery phase : Carbowax. Conditions Initial temperature 2 Internal : 50°c standardization internal standard is available. simple and fairly accurate when peaks are symmetrical and of reasonable width.5 OC/min The chromatographic analysis is given on capillary column. The chromatographic conditions given here are for information and guidance. the constituents of the sample undergo distribution at different rates and ultimately get separated from one another.’ . 1. A-2. it is meant calculating the area of each and dividing the individual areas by total areas. This technique is rapid.2) GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF OIL OF ROSE I. triangulation. A-3. I A-1 GENERAL Ramp/Temperature programme : 4. 0.

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