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By Kurt Bauer, Dorothea Garbe, Horst Surburg

ISBN-10: 3527303642

ISBN-13: 9783527303649

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This booklet provides a survey of these typical and artificial body spray and taste fabrics that are commercially on hand, produced and used on a comparatively huge scale and that are very important elements for the construction of body spray and taste compositions due to their particular sensory features, e.g., scent, style. It offers details on their houses, equipment hired of their manufacture, and their parts of application.
'...The very good and concise creation to this distinct is by means of broad info on approximately 500 of the main used perfume and taste compounds. Names, molecular formulation, actual information, scent and taste descriptions, makes use of, and a few methods for the bigger scale creation of chemical compounds are all integrated. Successive chapters take care of crucial oils, animal secretions, quality controls, toxicology and literature. The formulation, identify and CAS registry quantity index are a useful and well timed addition.' - Parfumer and Flavorist
'...Data that may typically must be chosen from many various books are available one resource with this book...with over 800 citations through the textual content, it is a approximately inexhaustible resource of information.' - Euromaterials

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It is relatively stable in alkali and can, therefore, be used in soap. FCT 1983 (21) p. 667. 4477, [ ]D ‡ 13:098, 20 [ ]D ÿ 13:18, occurs in essential oils in its (‡) and (ÿ) forms, often together with the racemate. (‡)-Citronellal [2385-77-5] occurs in citronella oil at a concentration Acyclic Terpenes 39 of up to 45%; Backhousia citriodora oil contains up to 80% (ÿ)-citronellal [594905-3]. Racemic citronellal [26489-02-1] occurs in a number of Eucalyptus citriodora oils at a concentration of up to 85%.

FCT 1973 (11) p. 489. 4144, is a colorless liquid with a fruity odor reminiscent of cognac. It is found n15 D in fruits and alcoholic beverages and is used in appropriate aroma compositions. FCT 1981 (19) p. 247. , wild edible mushrooms. It is used in perfume compositions for apple-like (pineapple) notes. FCT 1977 (15) p. 619. 4178, is a liquid with a fruity-¯owery odor. It occurs in many fruits and alcoholic beverages and is used in fruit ¯avors. FCT 1976 (14) p. 763. 29, bp6 Pa 70 ± 72 8C, has been identi®ed in pears and has the typical aroma of Williams pears.

The fully saturated alcohols tetrahydrogeraniol and tetrahydrolinalool are also used in large quantities in fragrance compositions. The fragrance materials myrcenol, and its dihydro and tetrahydro derivatives, belong structurally to the terpenes. The sesquiterpene alcohols farnesol and nerolidol are popular materials for perfume compositions. Geraniol and nerol are cis±trans isomers. In the rarely occurring lavandulol, the isoprene units are not coupled in the normal head-to-tail manner. The farnesols and nerolidols are sesquiterpene analogs of geraniol±nerol and linalool.

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