Difference between C15-19 Alkane and C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate.
In a recent read…I was reading marketing propaganda from Seppic on their C15-19 Alkane. A cursory glance of the re-packers makes it look like a difficult item to acquire.
The C12-15 AB is an easy acquisition. So not looking for a molecular explanation…as google can do that… How would one describe the sensory/haptic differences of the two…and would there be a noticeable difference in formulation if using just a couple of percent?
As I use a lot of Isoamyl laurate, you can also use that as a point of reference.