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Chapter 13 Applications II : Fragrance

@inproceedings{Herman2004Chapter1A,
  title={Chapter 13 Applications II : Fragrance},
  author={S. Herman},
  year={2004}
}
  • S. Herman
  • Published 2004
  • A fragrance is not a single material of clearly defined properties, but rather a mixture of individual chemicals, each behaving according to its own unique attributes. Characterizing these chemicals separately, and then combining their effects, allows the behavior of the complete fragrance composition in diverse media to be understood. Important properties of fragrance chemicals include volatility, polarity, surface activity and stability. Each fragrance component interacts with the chemical… CONTINUE READING

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