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0.210 g is a millimole, a micromole is 0.00021g
so 0.00021g x 500 /L or just 0.21 g x 0.5 /L to get 500 micromoles per litre, which is roughly 0.1ml per litre
(I'm personally using a concentration of 0.2% btw)
I apply 0,1%. I put 0,5ml of sandalore in to 10ml of ethanol. It "dissolves easily in ethanol within seconds. Then I put 1ml of this solution in to 35ml ethanol/15ml distilled water. it's a bit harsh for the skin though. lets the skin dry.. I might try the vehicle someone posted earlier with glycerin..
This recent comment from November 11 on the listing would worry me:
"Like others have written, there is no fragrance with this sandalore. I have a bottle of sandalwood oil for comparison and basically there is no comparison: the sandalwood oil has a fragrance and the sandalore does not."
Sandalore is a synthetic sandalwood odorant. It has to smell sandalwood. I even make a perfume with it. and since friends say it smells good it's win-win I still have sandalore for years