Fragrances, Scents, Attars And Perfumes Books

H & R Fragrance Guide

Approx Price: Rs 9,200 / Piece(s) 
Even insiders are finding it increasingly difficult to keep track of the wide range of new and classic perfumes. The H&R Fragrance Guide lists them in clear and comprehensible categories, making it a practical aid for everyone with a professional or private interest in perfume. Using the H&R genealogy, 451 feminine and 326 masculine perfumes are shown in their original flacons and described by fragrance concept on the basis of their main ingredients. Floral, Oriental, and Chypre are the main feminine categories, Fougère, Oriental and Chypre the principal masculine fragrance notes. Neutral assessment is guaranteed by the skilled and experienced perfumers of Haarmann & Reimer, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of fragrances and aromas. The last pages contain a very helpful alphabetical index of perfume ingredients in German, French and English.

Chromatography of Aroma Compounds and Fragrances

Approx Price: Rs 12,185 / Piece 
Chromatography of Aroma Compounds and Fragrances:

Cserháti, Tibor:

1st Edition., 2010, XII, 392 p., Hardcover:

Aroma compounds and fragrances play a decisive role in the determination of the quality and marketability of a wide variety of merchandises such as foods and food products, cosmetics, pharmaceutical preparations, etc. The exact knowledge of the composition of these compounds and the contribution of the individual components to the overall acceptability of the product is of paramount importance not only for scientific research but also for the large-scale industrial production. The book is a new milestone in this rapidly developing field including both theoretical and applied research as well as industrial applications.


TABLE OF CONTENTS :
1 Chromatography of Aroma Substances
and Fragrances
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1.1 Theory and Practice of Chromatographic Techniques . . . . . . . 1
1.1.1 Preconcentration and Prepurification of Analytes . . . . . 1
1.1.2 GasChromatography (GC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.1.3 LiquidChromatography (LC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1.1.4 Electrically Drived Chromatographic Systems . . . . . . 9
References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2 Food and Food Products
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
2.1 Fruits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
2.1.1 TropicalFruits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
2.1.2 Non-tropicalFruits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
2.2 Legumes andVegetables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
2.3 Cereals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
2.4 EdibleOils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
2.5 Meat and Meat Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
2.6 Milk and Dairy Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
2.7 Non-_alcoholic Beverages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
2.8 _Alcoholic Beverages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
2.8.1 _Wines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
2.8.2 Other _Alcoholic Beverages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
2.9 Coffee, Tea and Cocoa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184
2.10 Spices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204
2.11 Other Food Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 233
References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 252
3 Essential Oils
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 269
3.1 General Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 269
3.2 EssentialOilswithFavourableBiologicalActions . . . . . . . . 271
3.3 OtherEssentialOils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 295
References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 312
4 Biological Effect
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 317
4.1 Biochemistry and Biophysics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 317
4.2 ToxicityStudies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330
References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 341
5 Environmental Pollution
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 345
5.1 Ground and Surface Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 345
5.2 Waste Water and Sludge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362
5.3 Miscellaneous Environmental Matrices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 372
References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 379
Index

Fragrance for Personal Care

Approx Price: Rs 7,100 / Piece 
Fragrance for Personal Care delivers the same quality and international appeal as the magazines.

Fragrance for Personal Care delivers to the reader a gamut of information from Formulation and Technology to Marketing and Trends and, therefore, reaches a wide audience with research scientists, chemists/formulators, marketing and sales, business owners and fragrance entrepreneurs.

Topics include:

 

  • Essential oils and aroma chemcials
  • Marketing and trends
  • Technology and Formulation
  • Packaging
  • Naturals and organics

This informative collection of articles covers a variety of topics to creat a solid foundation of knowledge about Fragrance for Personal Care in the cosmetics industry.

Contents

Artistry and Craft

 

  1. Lipstick and the Art of War
  2. The Benefits of Fragrance Materials
  3. Perfumer Q & A: Lush-ious Fragrances

Essential Oils and Aroma Chemicals

 

  1. Inside Look: Chemistry and Biochemistry of Vanilla
  2. Javanol: Fragrance Creation
  3. Patcholouly Oil, Absolute and Aroma Chemicals
  4. Material Review: Kashmir Lavender Oil
  5. Material Study: The Use of Essential Oils and Terpenics
  6. Woody Notes in Perfumery
  7. Woody Notes in Perfumery Part 1
...and chapters 11-16

Naturals and Organics

 

  1. Fragrancing with Naturals
  2. Exclusive Report: Natural Products in Fragrance

Packaging and Branding

 

  1. Small PackageBig Impact
  2. Splish, SplashPackaging Takes a Bath
  3. Spray Technology: Propelling Toward the Future
  4. Scent: New Frontiers in Branding

Regulatory and Business

 

  1. Regulatory Notes: Communicating with Customers About Frag

Technology and Formulation

 

  1. Chemical Reaction Candle Power
  2. Sustaining Scent and Senstations
  3. Formulating with Citris: New Developments in Citrus Fragrance Ingredients
  4. Fragrancing Hair Care ProductsAn Overview
  5. Evaluating the Stability of Flavor and Fragrance Materials in Deodorant Sticks
...and chapters 29-42

Marketing and Trends

 

  1. Point of View: Natural Fragrance Ingredients
  2. Global Report: New Scents Revive Soaps
  3. Inviting Aromas
  4. Fragrancing with Intent
  5. Global Report: Aromatherapy
  6. Emerging Trends in Aromatherapy: Oral Care
...and chapters 49-58

Index

The Chemistry of Fragrances

Approx Price: Rs 2,518 / Piece 
Ever wondered how perfumes are developed? Or why different scents appeal to different people? The Chemistry of Fragrances, 2nd Edition offers answers to these questions, providing a fascinating insight into the perfume industry, from the conception of an idea to the finished product. It discusses the technical, artistic and commercial challenges of the perfume industry in an informative and engaging style, with contributions from leading experts in the field.

Table of Contents:

  • The Human Relationship with Fragrance
  • History of Aroma Chemistry and Perfume
  • Perfumery Materials of Natural Origin
  • Ingredients for the Modern Perfumery Industry
  • Structure of an International Fragrance Company
  • The Fragrance Brief
  • Perfumer Creation.- The Role of the Perfumer
  • Measurement of Fragrance Perception, an Holistic Approach
  • The Application of Fragrance
  • The Safety and Toxicology of Fragrance
  • Volatility and Substantivity
  • Natural Product Analysis in the Fragrance Industry
  • Chemo-Reception
  • The Search for New Ingredients
  • Buying Fragrance Ingredients and Selling Compounds
  • The Finale: Brief Submission
  • Commentary and Bibliography

Practical Analysis of Flavor and Fragrance Materials

Approx Price: Rs 10,400 / Piece(s) 
Modern flavours and fragrances are complex formulated products containing blends of aroma compounds with auxiliary materials, enabling desirable flavours or fragrances to be added to a huge range of products. The flavour and fragrance industry is a key part of the worldwide specialty chemicals industry, yet most technical recruits have minimal exposure to flavours and fragrances before recruitment. The analytical chemistry of flavour and fragrance materials presents specific challenges to the analytical chemist, as most of the chemicals involved are highly volatile, present in very small amounts and in complex mixtures.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface:

About the Editors:

List of Contributors:

Overview of Flavor and Fragrance Materials (David Rowe):

  • Flavor Aroma Chemicals
  • Flavor Synthetics
  • Natural Aroma Chemicals
  • Fragrance Aroma Chemicals
  • Materials of Natural Origin

Terpenes Flavors, Fragrances, Pharmaca, Pheromones

Approx Price: Rs 7,100 / Piece 
Terpenes: Flavors, Fragrances, Pharmaca, PheromonesEberhard Breitmaier223 pages

This concise overview of the structures of terpenes and their applications covers both the structure, natural sources, biological and pharmacological effects, as well as selected total syntheses. This book includes a chapter on structure determination, as well as added information on biogenesis, polycyclic terpenes, gingkoloids and neo-hopanes.


An ideal introductory book for anybody starting work in this field.

Table of Contents :

Terpenes -
Importance, structural basics, biosynthesis

Hemiterpenes
Monoterpenes
Sesquiterpenes
Diterpenes
Sesterterpenes
Triterpenes
Tetraterpenes
Polyterpenes

biological, and pharmacological properties

selected syntheses of terpenes

isolation and structure determination

Current Topics In Flavor And Fragrance Research

Approx Price: Rs 14,400 / Piece 
Current Topics in Flavor and Fragrance Research provides an excellent overview of recent advances in flavor and fragrances. Proceeding of the conference Flavor & Fragrance 2007 in London organized by RCS and SCI, this title discusses current topics of flavor and fragrance research, including Natural Products, Foods and Flavors, Perfumery and Olfaction.

TABLE OF CONTENTS :

  • Human Olfactory Receptor Families and Their Odorants (D. Krautwurst)
  • Retronasal Perception of Odors (T. Hummel)
  • Odorant-Receptor Interactions and Odor Percept: A Chemical Perspective (A. Triller, E. A. Boulden, A. Churchill, H. Hatt, J. Englund, M. Spehr, C. S. Sell)
  • Volatiles from Leaves and Rhizomes of Fragrant Acorus spp. (Acoraceae) (Z. Du, R. A. Clery, C. J. Hammond)
  • Flower Scents from the Pacific (D. Joulain)
  • Chemistry Around Pinene and Pinane: A Facile Synthesis of Cyclobutanes and Oxatricyclo-Derivative of Pinane from cis- and trans-Pinanols (M. B. Erman, B. J. Kane)
  • Odorant Design Based on the Carbon/Silicon Switch Strategy (R. Tacke, S. Metz)
  • Synthetic Applications of Enantioselective Protonation and Cas Study for (S)-a-Damascone
  • Cetalox® and Analogues: Synthesis via Acid-Mediated Polyene Cyclizations
  • Wood Pretzels: Spirocycles from Vetiver to Patchouli and Georgywood®
  • Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Sandalwood Odorants
  • New Oxa-Bridges Macrocycles
  • Synthesis of I-Mucone by Asymmetric Methylation via Enol Esters
  • Marine Fragrance Chemistry
  • Enantioselective Synthesis and Olfactory Evaluation of 12-Alkyl-Substituted a-Iononess
  • Homogeneous Asymmetric Ctalysis in Fragrance Chemistry
  • Lewis Super-Acid Catalyzed Cyclizations: A New Route to Fragrance Compounds
  • The Search for Innovative Fragrant Molecules
  • New Norbornyl Derivatives as Woody Fragrant Materials
  • Enzyme-Triggered and Self-Cleaving Fragrant Alcohol Precursors
  • A Smelling Trip into the Past: The Influence of Synthetic Matrials on the History of Perfumery
  • Perfume Formulation: Words and Chats
  • 'Escentric' Molecules
  • From Virgin Education to Real Education
  • Instrumental and Sensory Approaches for the Characterization of Compounds Responsible for Wine_Aroma
  • Taste-Active Compounds in a Traditional Italian Food: 'Lampascioni'
  • New Developments in Umami (Enhancing) Molecules
  • High-Impact Sulfur Compunds: Constitutional and Configurational Assignment of Sulfur-Containing Heterocycles
  • Appendix of common names
    Index

Allured's Flavor and Fragrance Materials

Approx Price: Rs 10,500 / Piece 
The 2011 edition contains a significant number of product updates - more than 1,000 products have been added or enhanced. The directory also includes more than 50 additional suppliers. Allured’s FFM contains the latest GRAS listings (GRAS 24) and even includes the latest interim list released in August.

Sample Pages (from 2010 edition):

  • Ingredient Listing
  • CAS Index
  • FEMA List

    Flavors and Fragrances : Chemistry, Bioprocessing and Sustai

    Approx Price: Rs 12,185 / Piece 
    Flavors and Fragrances : chemistry, bioprocessing and sustainability berger, ralf günter (ed.) 1st edition.
    Hardcover edition 2007, 2007, xvi,
    648 pages. 236 illus., 5 in color.,

    this book is an introduction to the fascinating world of aroma chemicals, essential oils, fragrances and flavour compositions for the food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industry. the present state-of-the-art technology, the future use of resources and biotechnological approaches for the production of the respective chemical compounds are described. a large section is devoted to the description of the renewable resources of flavours: spice plants, fruits from moderate to tropical climates, vegetables, fermented and heated plants. analytical methods, such as gas chromatography coupled to human or electronic noses or to a mass spectrometer, are outlined and consumer trends, legal and safety aspects are described. Novel renewable resources come from biotechnology. Enzymes, for example, bio-transform cheap substrates to produce flavours de novo; plant cells in culture may serve as a rich resource of genes coding for metabolic activities in transgenic producers. the book will be of great interest to scientists and engineers in the food, flavour, fragrance and pharmaceutical industries and all respective researchers in academia.

    Table of contents:

    • The flavour and fragrance industry – past, present and future
    • Flavours: the legal framework
    • Olfaction, where nutrition, memory and immunity intersect
    • Chemistry of essential oils
    • Bioactivity of essential oils and their components
    • citrus flavour.-
    • Fruits and vegetables of moderate climate
    • Tropical fruit flavour

    Fragrances Beneficial and Adverse Effects (Hardcover)

    Approx Price: Rs 2,518 / Piece(s) 
    Fragrances : Beneficial and Adverse Effects

    By Frosch, Peter J.; Johansen, Jeanne D.; White, Ian R. (Eds.)
    234 Pages


    State-of-the art overview by well-known international specialists * Contributions deal with the unwelcome effects of aromas * Up-to-date knowledge on the environmental tolerability of certain aromas due to accumulation in the environment, a problem area receiving increasingly frequent attention, is presented

    Fragrances are an integral part of our society. They are used in fine perfumes and in numerous other articles with which we have daily contact. Psychologists have discovered that certain fragrance components of body odour are important in attraction to the opposite sex. Many animals communicate by giving off scents and this is the basis for the agricultural use of fragrances as biological weapons to combat insects and other pests. In the field of dermatology, fragrances are today among the most frequent sensitizers and may trigger allergic contact dermatitis. Dermatologists and fragrance manufacturers are therefore highly motivated to increase their safety for human use. This volume presents numerous aspects of the topic for the first time in comprehensive form. It provides detailed information on recent neuropharmacological and psychosocial findings, chemistry and identification of sensitizers by various assays, and skin absorption studies and environmental issues. International guidelines for manufacturers are provided and commented upon..

    Advances in Flavours and Fragrances

    Approx Price: Rs 7,100 / Piece(s) 
    the chemistry of flavours and fragrances is of great interest to academics and industrialists alike. bringing together international contributors, this book presents the most recent research in this key area.

    diverse topics such as structure-activity relationships; analytical techniques; natural products and essential oils; and organic and bioorganic chemistry are discussed, along with flavours and foods.

    Advances in flavours and fragrances:

    • From the sensation to the synthesis will be a welcome addition to the bookshelves of all practitioners with a common interest in this fascinating area.

    Table of contents: 

    • Structure activity relationships and the subjectivity of odour sensation 3
    • Relationship of odour and chemical structure in 1- and 2-alkyl alcohols and thiols 15
    • New developments in sorptive extraction for the analysis of flavours and

    Chemistry And Technology of Flavours and Fragrances

    Approx Price: Rs 12,185 / Piece 
    Modern flavours and fragrances are complex formulated products, containing blends of aroma compounds with auxiliary materials, enabling desirable flavours or fragrances to be added to a huge range of products. From the identification and synthesis of materials such as cinnamaldehyde and vanillin in the 19th century to the current application of advanced analytical techniques for identification of trace aroma compounds present in natural materials, the flavour and fragrance industry has developed as a key part of the worldwide specialty chemicals industry.

    With contributions mainly coming from industry based experts, chemistry & technology of flavours and fragrances provides a detailed overview of the synthesis, chemistry and application technology of the major classes aroma compounds. With separate chapters covering important technical aspects such as the stability of aroma compounds, structure – odour relationships and identification of aroma compounds, this book will be essential reading for both experienced and graduate level entrants to the flavour & fragrance industry. It will also serve as an important introduction to the subject for chemists and technologists in those industries that use flavours and fragrances, eg food, cosmetics & toiletries, and household products.

    David rowe is technical manager at de monchy aromatics ltd., poole uk.

    Contents

     

    • Identification of Aroma Chemicals
    • Flavour Generation in Food
    • Aroma Chemicals I: C,H,O Compounds
    • Aroma Chemicals II – Heterocycles
    • Aroma Chemicals III: Sulphur Compounds
    • Aroma Chemicals V: Natural Aroma Chemicals
    • Molecules of Taste and Sensation; Stability of Aroma Chemicals
    • Rational Odorant design
    • Applications I: Flavours
    • Applications II: Fragrance

    Appendix of common names
    Index

    Understanding Fragrance Chemistry

    Approx Price: Rs 6,900 / Piece(s) 
    Understanding Fragrance Chemistry:

    Written by Charles Sell (Givaudan)
    Format Details:
    • Hardcover
    • 417 Pages 

    Perfume molecules are compounds of carbon and hence come under the general heading of organic chemistry. Our bodies are also composed of organic chemicals and so are most of the components of consumer goods such as soaps and detergents. Understanding Fragrance Chemistry therefore concentrates on those aspects of organic chemistry, which are of particular importance to the fragrance industry. It is intended for those who have little or no previous training in chemistry and who would like to know enough in order to improve their understanding of perfume and its interactions with the wide variety of products in which it is used. 

    Each chapter has review questions which allow readers to check their understanding of the content, and glossaries are provided where appropriate. A chapter on chemical information and a bibliography will help those who want to read more on any of the subjects covered.

     

    Topics include:

     

    • The structure of matter
    • Organic molecules
    • Chemical reactivity
    • Acid/base reactions
    • Oxidation and reduction reactions
    • Oxidation and reduction reactions
    • Perfume structure
    • Chemistry in consumer goods
    • The biological way we detect odors
    • How nature makes fragrant molecules

    Perfume and Flavor Chemicals By Steffen Arctander

    Approx Price: Rs 35,000 / Piece 
    Arctander’s book is the most important reference on natural fragrance materials. His understanding of the nuances of scented material is unequalled, and he knows how to convey those subtleties to the reader in comparison to odors with which the reader is already familiar. The sheer passion for natural perfume materials manifest in his description has more than once stimulated me to track down some rare and unfamiliar essence. I lean on his book for my own descriptions of the individual essences, and I recommend buying a copy of it for yourself. Reading his descriptions of natural essences and comparing them to your own impressions is a terrific way to broaden your aromatic palette and to learn about the nuances of scent.

    For each, the following is presented:

    • Chemical structure
    • Practical physical data
    • Appearance
    • Odor
    • Flavor type


    Steffen Arctander's:

    • At least 90% of all chemicals presently used in flavors and fragrances
    • Monographs
    • All known natural essential oils
    • Extracts
    • Oleoresins


    Note: Also available in this comprehensive set are botanical information, detailed odor and flavor descriptions, suggested uses, literature references and some safety and regulatory information.

     

    Aroma Science Books

    Approx Price: Rs 4,150 / Piece 
    Aroma Science is an expanded version of the lecture notes and handouts compiled by the author and presented to students taking a course involving aroma chemistry as part of a Master's degree programme in cosmetics science at Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey, United States. It is intended to teach the science involved in the study of aroma materials and their effect on society. Examples and problems are provided and explained, and practice problems with answers are available for study and review.

    The book is divided into four main sections:

    • The first section deals with odour sensations, the correlation of odours and molecular structures and the properties, sources and uses of natural aroma materials.
    • Part 2 covers synthetic aroma products - the sources, properties, uses and syntheses of such aroma compounds as aromatics, heterocyclics, aliphatics, alicyclics and terpenes.
    • Part 3 deals with aroma analytical methods and describes the procedures used for the evaluation and identification of aroma compounds.
    • The final section concerns aroma applications and describes the creation of perfumes, the application of fragrances in cosmetic formulations, and the aging and stability of aroma compounds and their use as therapeutic agents.


    Detail:

     

    • Cover Size: 180 x 240 mm, 7" x 9.5"
    • Edited by: Salvatore P. Gimelli
    • Year: 2001
    • No. of pages: 250 page

     

     

    The Chemistry and Biology of Volatiles Book

    Approx Price: Rs 8,900 / Piece(s) 
    The Chemistry and Biology of Volatiles takes an interdisciplinary approach to volatile molecules. Review-style introductions to the main topics in volatile chemistry and biology are provided by international experts, building into a broad overview of this fascinating field.

    Topics covered include:

    • The structural variety of volatile compounds
    • Biogeneration of volatiles
    • Synthesis of natural and non-natural volatiles
    • Analysis of volatiles
    • Volatile compounds as semiochemicals in plant-plant or plant-insect interactions
    • Volatiles in pest control
    • Pheromones and the influence of volatiles on mammals
    • Olfaction and human perception
    • Volatiles as fragrances
    • The generation of flavours and food aroma compounds
    • Stabilisation and controlled release of volatiles
    • The impact of volatiles on the environment and the atmosphere

     

    Chapter 1:

    • Heading: Volatiles – An Interdisciplinary Approach
    • Written by: Herrmann (Firmenich SA, Genève)


    Chapter 2:

    • Heading: Biosynthesis and Emission of Isoprene, Methylbutanol and Other Volatile Plant Isoprenoids
    • Written by: H. K. Lichtenthaler


    Chapter 3:

    • Heaing: Analysis of the Plant Volatile Fraction
    • Written by: P. Rubiolo, B. Sgorbini, E. Liberto, C. Cordero, C. Bicchi


    Chapter 4:

    • Heading:Plant Volatile Signalling: Multitrophic Interactions in the Headspace
    • Written by: A. Kessler*, K. Morrell


    Chapter 5:

    • Heading: Pheromones in Chemical Communication
    • Written by: K. Mori


    Chapter 6:

    • Heading: Use of Volatiles in Pest Control
    • Written by: J. R. M. Thacker*, M. R. Train


    Chapter 7:

    • Heading: Challenges in the Synthesis of Natural and Non-Natural Volatiles
    • Writte by: A. A. Birkbeck (Firmenich SA, Genève)


    Chapter 8:

    • Heading: The Biosynthesis of Volatile Sulphur Flavour Compounds
    • Written by: M. G. Jones


    Chapter 9:

    • Heading: Thermal Generation of Aroma-Active Volatiles in Food
    • Written by: C. Cerny (Firmenich SA, Meyrin)


    Chapter 10:

    • Heading:Human Olfactory Perception
    • Written by: A. Gelperin


    Chapter 11:

    • Heading: Perfumery – The Wizardry of Volatile Molecules
    • Written by: C. Laudamiel (New York)


    Chapter 12:

    • Heading: Microencapsulation Techniques for Food Flavour
    • Written by: Y. Byun, Y. T. Kim, K. G. H. Desai, H. J. Park

     

    Formulary of Perfumes and Cosmetics

    Approx Price: Rs 5,000 / Piece(s) 
    Chemical Publishing, USA
    Book - Hardback
    Pub Date: Feb 7, 1959, REPRINTED 2013
    268 Pages

    Formulary of Perfumes and Cosmetics
    book deals with various techniques that are used for creating different types of perfumes and cosmetics. This book consists of two parts. Part 1 deals with the compositions and other components of the perfumes. Part 2 deals with alcoholic perfumes and its various types. Some of the topics that are discussed in this book include formulary of cosmetology, toilet waters and much more.

     

     CONTENTS -
    INTRODUCTION
    FORMULARY OF PERFUMERY
    - THE PERFUME INDUSTRY
    - THE RAW MATERIALS OF THE PERFUMER
    PART I: SYNTHETIC PERFUMES AND 100% COMPOSITIONS
    - SOLUBILITY TABLE OF TERPENELESS ESSENTIAL OILS
    - SOLUBILITY TABLE OF PRINCIPAL SYNTHETIC PERFUMES
    - TABLE OF COMPOSITIONS OF MOST FREQUENTLY USED ESSENTIAL OILS
    - TABLE OF CONSTITUENTS OF COMMERCIALLY USED ESSENTIAL OILS
    - COMPARISON BETWEEN SOLUBILITIES OF ESSENTIAL OILS AND TERPENELESS ESSENCES
    - TABLE OF CONCENTRATIONS OF TERPENELESS ESSENCES
    - FLORAL COMPOSITIONS
    - TABLE OF FLORAL FAMILIES
    FAMILY OF JASMINES
    - Jasmine Variety
    - Lilac variety
    - Lily of the Valley Variety
    - Cyclamen Variety
    - Mock Orange
    - Ylang Ylang Variety
    - Bouvardia
    - Amaryllis
    ORANGE FAMILY
    - Neroli Variety
    - Acacia Variety
    - Sweet Pea Variety
    FAMILY OF NARCISSUS
    - Narcissus Variety
    - Hyacinth Variety
    - Jonquil Variety
    - Glycerine
    - Gardenia Variety
    - Honeysuckle Variety
    - Magnolia
    ROSE FAMILY
    VIOLET FAMILY
    - Violet Variety
    - Iris (Orris)
    - Mignonette (Reseda) Variety
    MIMOSA FAMILY
    CITRUS FAMILY
    - Verbena
    - Artificial Bergamot
    AURANTIACEA FAMILY
    LAVENDER FAMILY
    - Fern Variety
    MINT FAMILY
    SPICE FAMILY
    -Carnation Variety

    Perfumery: Techniques in Evolution

    Approx Price: Rs 9,500 / Piece 
    Arcadi Boix Camps
    Hardcover
    300 pages
    Published 2009

    Perfumery: Techniques in Evolution, 2nd Edition by perfumery luminary Arcadi Boix Camps reveals a profound knowledge of the use of perfumery materials in new and traditional formulas. With the addition of three more articles from Perfumer & Flavorist magazine, this combination of seven articles from 1978 through 2004 provides a unique review of perfumery chemicals that have been introduced to the industry in the past 30 years.

    NEW in this edition:

    • An additional section of three more articles from Perfumer & Flavorist magazine
    • Double the number of pages
    • All material has been edited and updated with new content where appropriate
    • New photographs and illustrations

    With a flair for language and poetry, Boix Camps shares his vast knowledge of perfumery with sincere and vivid detail. He equates perfumery, in both technique and composition, with art, literature and dance—a vocation of pure creativity. His passion for scent has led him around the world numerous times, in an effort to discover and gather together the myriad fragrances of the earth.

    In this new edition, Boix Camps outlines the relationships between fragrance materials, grouping them by category and exploring how their relationships with one another and across categories and existing perfumery products have evolved throughout time. Written in an accessible, personable manner, awash in Boix Camps’ own fl air for the subtlety and majesty of scent, Perfumery: Techniques in Evolution, 2nd Edition is a must-have look at the ever-changing world of perfumery through the eyes of one of its most ardent supporters and master craftsmen.

    The Essence of Perfumes

    Approx Price: Rs 2,050 / Piece 
    The Essence Of Perfumes, written by Roja Dove, is very interesting to read as it is informative. The book starts with an interesting discussion on the materials of the master perfumer and the sense of smell and then it goes on celebrating those makers and designers, who are responsible for bringing them into life and giving them shape.

    Features:

    • Good quality
    • Fine printing
    • Affordable prices
    Detailing:

    This  is the first book by the world’s only Professor de Perfumes, and it is as captivating as it is informative. Beginning with a comprehensive discussion of the sense of smell and the materials of the master perfumer, The Essence of Perfume goes on to celebrate the great classics, the makers who brought them to life and the designers who gave them shape. In an age where the methods and motivations of the original perfumers are all but forgotten, Roja Dove unfolds the gripping story of scent with all the passion and devotion of a true artist.

    The Essence of Perfume praised in Grazia and Vogue:

    • "Fragrance fans will find heaven within the pages of this beautifully illustrated book.... Delicious." Grazia
    • "Roja Dove has siphoned his encyclopedic knowledge of all things perfume—the backstories, the love stories, the heartbreaks, the scandals—into a coffee table-worthy volume, The Essence of Perfume." Vogue

    Perfumery and Flavoring Synthetics

    Approx Price: Rs 3,200 / Piece 
    The book on Perfumery and Flavoring Synthetics, written by P.Z. Bedoukian, is ideal for chemists, who are engaged in different areas like perfumes, essential oils, flavors, cosmetics and soaps. Chemists belonging to some other fields may also read this book. This book deals with various with numerous compounds that are used in the flavoring and perfumery industries.

     Features:

    • Hardcover
    • Informative

    Detailing:


    This comprehensive reference discusses several hundred compounds comprising most of the materials used in the perfumery and flavoring industry. Includes:

     

    • The history of the principal perfumery synthetics (naturally occurring, derived from natural sources, or entirely laboratory produced)
    • Chemistry
    • Application
    • Physical and chemical properties
    • Manufacture
    • Uses

    Perfumery Materials: Production and Applications

    Approx Price: Rs 2,950 / Piece 
    Perfumery Materials: Production and Applications is written by D.K. Bhattacharya and was published in the year 2009. It consists of five chapters covering all kinds of Perfumery Materials, be it natural or synthetic. You will get detailed and valuable information about the perfumery.

    Features:

    • It consists of 300 pages, approximately
    • Error free
    • Written by well known writers

     

    Detailing:

    • There are five chapters and covers almost all types of Perfumery Materials
    • Various kind of Essential (Aromatic ) Oil - bearing Materials and Process Technologies

    Handbook of Perfumes and Flavors

    Approx Price: Rs 995 / Piece 
    Handbook of Perfumes and Flavors is written by Dr. Olindo Secondini. It provides an in-depth information on the composition of basic flavor for food and floral perfumes for different products such as soaps, cosmetics, deodorants and disinfectants. This book is ideal for those people, who are engaged in the chemical industries and dealing with the composition of perfume and flavor.

    Features:

    • Available in 750 Flavors & 250 Perfumes Formulations ( approx)
    • Latest study material
    • Quality bound

    Detailing:


    • This unique, comprehensive source book provides a thorough guide to the compounding of basic floral perfumes for cosmetics, soaps, disinfectants, deodorants, and flavors for food.
    • Regardless of scientific and technical education or experience in this field, this book will assist those involved in compounding perfume and flavor for all aspects of their application in the chemical industry.

      Perfumes of Yesterday

      Approx Price: Rs 4,900 / Piece 
      Hardback, 408 page

      "This book is about the perfumes which were commonly made and sold in the perfumeries and chemists’ shops in Britain over a period of some two hundred years from about the beginning of the eighteenth century, soon after Jean-Antoine Farina moved from Italy to settle in the German city of Cologne, which gave its name to the most popular toilet water of all time."

      So begins Perfumes of Yesterday, which provides a fascinating account of the development of perfumery, as it progressed mainly from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries. It focuses particularly on the Victorian and Edwardian eras in Britain, but also follows the parallel development of perfumery in other countries in Europe.

      The book’s purpose is to provide a study of the old and mostly simple examples of the perfumer’s art in order to gain some insight into the ancestry, and therefore a better understanding, of the more complex fragrances of today, themselves already the progenitors of the perfumes of tomorrow.

      The historical approach of the first part of the book gives context to its main section  – formularies of perfumes and toilet waters that have been gathered from published articles and books dating from or before the 1920s and which relate mostly to perfumes of much earlier origin, some from as far back as the eighteenth century, when chemistry had yet to become an exact science and the possibility of its application to perfumery quite beyond imagination. One recipe for an Eau de Cologne dates from 1700.

      Following each formula is a discussion of various aspects of the perfume:  its composition; the geographical and botanical sources of its ingredients and the method of extraction of its essential oils; its odour properties and the fragrance effects resulting from its particular combination of ingredients – and, here, an analysis of the composition of some of the apparently simple perfumes reveals a staggering complexity of major, minor and trace components. The discussion may also cover  the historical context of a perfume’s use; the history behind its name; and the counterparts of its ingredients in modern perfumery.

      The book concludes with a discourse on the perfumes of today and tomorrow. The main sections are followed by five appendices, a glossary of some technical terms, a reading list and an index.

      While the book is intended primarily for the professional perfumer and students of perfumery, it is hoped that the variety of information and the insights that it provides, not only in relation to perfumery production methods and ingredient sources, but also to the social history of perfumery and the psychology of perfume, will be of interest to the more general reader.

      New Perfume Handbook - (Special Indian Reprint)

      Approx Price: Rs 1,345 / Piece(s) 
      Groom, Nigel. (Ed.)

      2nd Latest ed
      448 page:

      The first edition of this unique book established itself as an unparalleled source of information on perfume. Although it is primarily aimed at perfumers and others in the perfume industry, it has also found substantial sales among a wide range of others including aromatherapists, botanists, and many others who wanted to learn more about this faceted subject. The new edition is now aimed squarely at perfumery marketing specialists and others in the industry world-wide and covers in particular the needs of publicity/advertising teams and journalists, together with sales people and consultants at the counters who like to have a wide range of information at their fingertips. Changes include: an expansion of the number of profiles of the perfume houses, and of the 50 or so new perfumes worthy of record which have been launched since the previous edition. There is also increased coverage of the essences and the plants and other material from which they are derived. Coverage of perfume containers is substantially expanded and linked to other parts of the book.

      Table of Contents:

      • Preface
      • Acknowledgements
      • A to Z. Perfume
      • Appendix A: list of fragrances
      • Appendix B: perfume recipes and formulas. Bibliography

      The Rogue Perfumer

      Approx Price: Rs 5,000 / Piece(s) 
      This is an unprecedented book with secret perfume formulas revealed from the private vault of Master Perfumer, Dr. Bobbie Kelley. This is a trail-blazing book in that, for the first time in the history of the perfume trade that a perfume company has allowed such private information or intellectual property to be released publicly. Perfumer, Bobbie Kelley shares her provocative passion for perfume and the creation of fragrant scents in this informative technical and thought-provoking book. Being The Rogue Perfumer that she is; her book serves as an inspiration to perfume lovers and perfumers all over the world. This long awaited book provides the clandestine knowledge of not only secret formulas to make different families of perfumes, but also reveals the thoughts, ideas and genuine feelings of a perfumer as she creates. Author Bobbie Kelley invites you to step into the mind of a perfumer as she exposes the surprising secrets of the perfume world. This book contains ninety-nine professional classic and modern perfume formulas created by the author and eighty-five beautiful photographs also taken by the author.

      Chemistry Of Plants :Perfumes, Pigments, And Poisons

      Approx Price: Rs 8,900 / Piece(s) 
      Margareta séquin (author)
      copyright: 2012
      format: paperback extent: 226 pages

      This book is an introduction to organic chemistry and its compounds as related to plants. chemistry tends to be seen as a field that is hard to comprehend and that has few connections with the living world. this book fills a gap as it eases access to organic chemistry by connecting it with plants and includes numerous photos and other illustrations. the book is a combination of organic chemistry with the living world of plants and is an introduction to organic plant compounds for the non-chemist. it starts with a review of basic concepts of chemistry as they relate to plant life, followed by an introduction to structures of organic compounds, which prepares the reader for the following chapters on primary metabolites and on plant fragrances, pigments, and plant defensive compounds. the final chapter relates plant compounds to human life, with subchapters on foods from plants, medicines, psychoactives, fibers, and dyes. historic discoveries of plant compounds and their developments to contemporary uses, like modern pharmaceuticals, and a section on genetically modified plants, connect with topics of recent interest. the book leads the serious reader from chemistry basics to complex plant substances and their human uses and plant photos and stories accompany chemistry topics and chemical structures to aid understanding. the author, an organic chemist and plant enthusiast, has taught popular undergraduate college level courses on plant chemistry to non-chemistry majors and numerous field seminars to the general public for more than fifteen years. the book's topics and contents have been taught for many years and have proved successful in providing an understanding of plant compounds, organic compounds, and their importance. the book provides a basis for a better understanding of chemistry and its connections to the world of plants, the natural world in general, and to daily life. it is aimed at non-chemistry undergraduate students and to people in general who are interested in plants and who would like to learn more about them. it addresses an audience with little previous chemistry knowledge, yet, leads the serious reader to an understanding of sometimes complex plant compounds, by providing an introduction to chemistry basics, combining the chemistry with pictures and stories, and using simple, clear language. the book can be used both as a text to introduce organic chemistry as it relates to plants and as a text of reference for more advanced readers. author information  
      margareta séquin is at the san francisco state university, san francisco, usa. she gained her phd in organic chemistry, with an emphasis on natural products chemistry and completed a postdoctoral degree in heterocyclic chemistry and food chemistry. she has been a college level lecturer in organic chemistry for 32 years, teaching also non-majors plant chemistry and graduate courses in natural products chemistry. she has been an instructor of field seminars in plant chemistry for 15 years and a docent at regional parks botanic garden for 15 years.

      Arctander's Perfume & Flavor Materials of Natural Origin

      Approx Price: Rs 38,000 / Piece 

      Arctander's Book and/or CD Rom compiled by Steffen Arctander and is available in 3 volumes with hardcover binding as mentioned below:
       

      Aroma Chemicals Vol. 1
      Aroma Chemicals Vol. 2
      Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origins
      These books were published in 1960 and 1969 respectively and reprinted in 2000.
       
      Owing to their extensive demand and popularity, Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin and Perfume and Flavor Chemicals (Aroma Chemicals) are back in the market and are available in an exclusive three-book set that includes almost 90% of all chemicals presently used in flavors and fragrances, monographs, all known natural essential oils, extracts, oleoresins along with chemical structure, practical physical data, appearance, odor and flavor type. This set also includes botanical information, detailed odor and flavor descriptions, suggested uses, literature references and some safety and regulatory information.
       
      Every information that one can find in Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin and Perfume and Flavor Chemicals (Aroma Chemicals) is now also available in a  CD-ROM. This is a simple and quick way of finding any particular information with the help of click of the mouse.

      Introduction to Perfumery By David Williams Tony Curtis

      Approx Price: Rs 4,150 / Piece 
      By Tony Curtis and David G Williams

      Second Edition, 2008

      189 x 246 mm, 7.5" x 10"

      Hardback, 800 pages



      this book has become the standard reference work for perfumery students throughout the world. Intended as a first-year text, the book assumes no prior knowledge of perfumery. The authors provide integrated coverage of topics from raw materials to supermarket shelves, from science to creation, and through to marketing and business policy.

      The power of fragrances to communicate is strongly emphasized and an explicit framework of odour vocabulary provided. Detailed discussion is included of the new product development process and the central role of the perfume brief. For this edition, all chapters have been revised, some considerably, and the book will be of great value to any writer or researcher wishing to consider any issues relating to fragranced products.

      Tony Curtis, Principal Lecturer in Business Policy and International Business, Plymouth Business School, Plymouth University, has many years of experience in the aroma trades industry in research, development, production, application, creative perfumery, evaluations and marketing. He lectures on international business with special emphasis on the aroma trades.

      The late David Williams was a consultant and author of books on essential oils. He taught and developed the teaching of perfume technology in both further and higher education, in industry and by distance learning.

      “This will be a very useful tool for those looking for a comprehensive text on the business of perfumery.”

      Felix Buccelato, Perfumer & Flavorist, May 2002

      "This book gives a good overview of the perfumery industry and the materials and techniques used in the creation and manufacture of perfumes. The book is good for those interested in an academic style of training and a must read for those thinking of starting their own business in the field of perfumery. It explains the basic chemistry considerations of aroma chemicals in an easy to read and understand way and is good for those without a chemistry background."

      From a review of the 1st edition, published on the web site of Perfumers World

      ...Intended as a first-year university text, (it) provides information on aspects of the business of perfumery, from the properties of the materials used to the techniques used to market the finished fragrances. ....

      I firmly believe this is the best text book anyone can buy who wants to know about the perfumery industry.... it is highly recommended.... this book has been a great help to me throughout my university course in perfumery...

      Meaningful Scents Around the World By Roman Kaiser

      Approx Price: Rs 10,125 / Piece(s) 

      Meaningful Scents Around the World: Olfactory, Chemical, Biological, and Cultural Considerations naturally supports the latest knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of olfaction, and a growing appreciation of scent.

      This book is a must for all professionals in the perfume industry.

      Following an introductory section to the world of natural scents, including their biological meaning and history, the fragrance and flavor chemist, Roman Kaiser, who is renowned for his 'headspace' analytical technique, revisits some memorable scents. In doing so, he leads us to such exotic places as Lower Amazonia, Papua New Guinea, India, and many rain-forest biotopes in his quest for new molecules and new scent concepts, showing us along the way how a scent like tatami can be linked to culture.

      The third and final section describes the analysis of the compositions of the presented scents.

      Contents

      Introduction to the World of Natural Scents

       

      • Biological meaning of natural scents
      • Hisotrical facts concerning natural scents
      • Investigation of natural scents

      Strolling in the World of Scents

       

      • Confucius' hymn to scented orchids
      • The scented flower clock
      • Sweet osmanthus - an olfctory revelation of the East
      • A day full of scnets in Lower Amazonia
      • Watermelon Snow andAlpine Forget-me-not - two unique scents fro the top of Europe
      • Nieuwoudtville - the bulb capital of the world
      • Along the avenue of giants
      • Agarwood - the wood of the gods
      • Tatami - the scent of a refined culture
      • Unda Namdanga, Kapafe Passe and Waso-no - memorable scents of Papua New Guinea
      • Scent discoveries in Equatorial West Africa
      • Other days full of scents in Lower Amazonia
      • Victoria amazonica - the royal amazone
      • The blue and the true lotus
      • Euglossine orchids
      • Along the shore of Masoala
      • Environmental scents of the Ligurian Coast
      • The earth's perfume
      • China roses - the completion of European rose culture
      • In a fragrant Indian garden
      • How flowers and fungi use scents to mimic each other
      • A meeting place for natural scents -_wine bouquets
      • Shangri-la, a plant and a scent paradise

      Analytics

       

      • General remarks
      • Equipment used
      • Compositions of the presented scents

      Index

       


        Scent of the Vanishing Flora

        Approx Price: Rs 1,110 / Piece(s) 
        Inspired by Dougal Stermer's book 'Vanishing Flora', Roman Kaiser worked for more than ten years on collecting the scent of 267 endangered plant species worldwide. In the present volume, he invites us to a journey along the hotspots of biodiversity, all of them bearing endangered species, and discusses their scents. This compilation renders the book an important contribution to the UN International Year of Biodiversity.

        TABLE OF CONTENTS :

        • Introduction to the 'Scent of the Vanishing Flora'
        • Extinction of Species and Monitoring Endangered Species
        • Investigating the Scent of the Vanishing Flora
        • Illustrating the Scent of the Vanishing Flora
        • No More Existing in Nature
        • Ten Icon Species of the Vanishing Flora
        • The Scent of 'Living Fossils'
        • A Brief Look into Rainforests and Associated Biotopes
        • Hawaii's Vanishing Flora
        • The Cape Floral Kingdom, a Closer Look at One of the Hotspots of Biodiversity
        • Endangered Conifers
        • Endangered Cacti
        • Endangered Species of My Home Country
        • Some Additional Protected and Endangered Species
        • The Icon Family of the Vanishing Flora: Orchidaceae
        • Orchids of the American Tropic
        • Orchids of the African Tropic
        • Orchids of the Indo-Australian Tropics and Subtropics
        • Analytic
        • General Remarks
        • Equipment Used
        • Compositions of the Presented Scents
        • Synthesis of New Compounds
        • Index
        • Acknowledgement

        Scent and Chemistry: The Molecular World of Odors

        Approx Price: Rs 6,633 / Piece(s) 
        By Günther Ohloff, Wilhelm Pickenhagen, Philip Kraft
        Paperback 350 pages December 2011

        This book is the long awaited completely revised and extended edition of Gunther Ohloff's standard work "Scent and Fragrances: The Fascination of Odors and Their Chemical Perspectives". The prominent chemists Günther Ohloff, Wilhelm Pickenhagen, and Philip Kraft convey the scientist, the perfumer, as well as the interested layman with a vivid and up-to-date picture of the state of the art of the chemistry of odorants and the research in odor perception. The book details on the molecular basis of olfaction, olfactory characterization of perfumery materials, structure-odor relationships, the chemical synthesis of odorants, and the chemistry of essential oils and odorants from the animal kingdom, backed up by ca. 400 perfumery examples and historical aspects.

        It will serve as a thorough introductory text for all those interested in the molecular world of odors.

        This book is written for everyone who wants to know more about the molecular basis of odor, and the relationships between chemical structures and olfactory properties. The great structural diversity of odorants, their synthesis, natural occurrence and their structure odor correlation demonstrate what a fascinating science Fragrance Chemistry indeed is.

        Table of Contents:


        • Historical Aspects
        • The Chemical Senses
        • Structure-Odor Relationships
        • Odorants from Natural Resources
        • Odorants from Petrochemical Sources
        • Ionones, Damascones, and Iso E Super
        • Essential Oils
        • Odorants of Animal Origin
        • Perfume Index
        • Subject Index

        Antiperspirants and Deodorants , 2nd Ed.

        Approx Price: Rs 7,000 / Piece 
        Antiperspirants and Deodorants

        Second Edition
        edited by Karl Laden

        This edition of Antiperspirants and Deodorants, so extensively updated and rewritten that it is virtually a new book, highlights the latest developments in ingredients, products, and patents in the decade since the publication of the first edition—reviewing current regulatory issues, questions about safety and toxicology, testing, and recent data on skin microorganisms, odor generation, and sweat gland physiology.

        Containing the wealth of information found in the original publication, this unique reference combines the work of recognized authorities from industry and academia, and includes valuable information for researchers, product development scientists, manufacturers, and marketers in the field of antiperspirants and deodorants.

        Antiperspirants and Deodorants 2nd Edition traces the history of these cosmetic products, considers government regulation of the industry and how it affects marketing, provides an overview of the structure and function of eccrine and apocrine sweat glands, describes the chemistry of antiperspirant salts, and explores deodorant ingredients.

        What's new… about the Second Edition of Antiperspirants and Deodorants?

        • two new chapters on antiperspirant and deodorant formulations intended for nontechnical readers—marketing, advertising, and sales personnel—as well as scientists unfamiliar with the specialty
        • two new chapters on relevant patent technologies of recent years
        • the first discussions (including a new chapter) on the chemistry of aluminum/zirconium antiperspirant salts, an expanded review of the chemistry of basic aluminum complexes, and a review of the chemistry behind enhanced efficacy or activated alumininum and aluminum/zirconium antiperspirant salts
        • a completely modernized chapter on the structure and function of the human eccrine sweat gland, including a new section on the apocrine sweat glands
        • a rewritten chapter on regulatory issues that emphasizes emerging international standards
        • two up-to-the-minute chapters on the microbiology of the axilla and the odors it produces, and on current procedures for clinical evaluation of antiperspirants and deodorants
        • a totally revised chapter on deodorant ingredients, presenting new materials and approaches for odor control
        • an updated survey of antiperspirant safety issues, including information on aluminum exposure and a critique of the concerns relating aluminum to Alzheimer's disease
        • And much more!

        Contents

         

        1. Antiperspirants and Deodorants: History of Major HBA Market
        2. Structure and Function of Human Sweat Glands
        3. Axillary Odor: Determination, Formation, and Control
        4. Chemistry of Aluminum Chlorohydrate and Activated Aluminum Chlorohydrates
        5. Chemistry of Aluminum-Zirconium- (AZG) Complexes
        6. Deodorant Ingredients
        7. Safety of Antiperspirant Salts
        8. A Guide to Understanding Anitperspirant Formulations
        9. A Guide to Understanding Deodorant Formulations
        10. Regulations of Underarm Antiperspirants and Deodorants
        11. Clinical Evaluation of Antiperspirants and Deodorants
        12. Antiperspirant Technology Trends from the Patent Literature
        13. Deodorant Technology Trends from the Patent Literature

        Perfume Engineering : Design, Performance

        Approx Price: Rs 3,560 / Piece(s) 


        Author(s) : Teixeira  &    Rodriguez  &    Gomes  &    Mata  &    Rodrigues  
        Pages: 170    Dimensions: 229 X 152

        Discover the secrets behind fragrance formulation and evaluation of fragrance performance!
         
        Description :

        Perfume Engineering is a must-have reference for engineers who design any products that require fragrances, such as perfumes, cosmetics, healthcare and cleaning products.
        This book provides the reader with practical guidance on perfume design, performance and classification, from its beginnings as a liquid mixture to the vapour phase, by way of odorant dispersion and olfactory perception. It does this through the application of development and validation models to account for fragrance evaporation, propagation and perception.
         
        Readership
        Chemical engineers working in the flavour and fragrance market
         
         
        Table of Contents:

        Preface;
        1 A Product Engineering Approach in the Perfume Industry;
            1.1 The Flavor and Fragrance Market;
            1.2 From the Idea to Market: Product Engineering; References;
        2 Design of Perfumes;
             2.1 The Perfumery Ternary Diagram;
                   2.1.1 Odor Intensity Model;
                   2.1.2 Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium;
                   2.1.3 Odor Quality Model;
                   2.1.4 Construction of the PTD®;
                   2.1.5 The Relevance of the Activity Coefficient;
             2.2 Application of the PTD® Methodology: Effect of Base Notes;     
             2.3 The Perfumery Quaternary-Quinary Diagram (PQ2D®)
              2.4 Perfumery Octonary System;
              2.5 Conclusion; References;
        3 Performance of Perfumes;
              3.1 Fragrance Performance;
              3.2 The Relevance of the Selection of Fragrance Ingredients;
              3.3 Evaporation of Fragrance Chemicals;
              3.4 Diffusion of Fragrances; 
               3.5 Conclusion; References;
        4 Classification of Perfumes-Perfumery Radar;
               4.1 The Perception of Odor
               4.2 Classification of Perfumes;
               4.3 The Perfumery Radar (PR) Methodology;
               4.4 Applications of the PR Methodology; 
               4.5 Experimental Validation of the PR Methodology
               4.6 Evolution of the PR with Evaporation and Diffusion;
               4.7 Final Considerations on the PR Methodology;
               4.8 Conclusion; References;
        5 Looking Ahead;
                5.1 Unraveling the Sense of Olfaction;
                5.2 The Role of Perfume Engineering;
                5.3 Fragrance Performance: Different Routes;
                5.4 Fragrance Stability;
                5.5 Integrative Approach for Product Development: The Role of Microeconomics and Planning Strategies
         

        Perfumery : Practice and Principles By Calkin Jellinek

        Approx Price: Rs 3,995 / Piece(s) 
        Perfumery: Practice and Principles Robert R. Calkin, J. Stephan Jellinek  304 pages August 1994,   Special Indian Reprint
        Best Seller Book, Must For Everyone Involved In Perfumery !!

        The art of creating perfumes was, for centuries, steeped in mystery. Over the past thirty years, gas chromatography, mass spectrometry and other technological innovations have largely lifted the veil of secrecy. The formulas of successful perfumes can now be analyzed, studied, and taught, profoundly altering virtually every aspect of the perfume industry, making it both much more efficient and far more competitive. This book is the first ever to present the time-honored skills and techniques of perfumery together with a detailed look at the physical, chemical, and psychophysical underpinnings of perfume development and an in-depth analysis of the structure of some of the world's great perfumes. Destined to become one of the most consulted volumes in your professional library both now and for years to come, Perfumery covers every aspect of the modern perfumer's art, including matching using gas chromatography, the structure of great perfumes, aesthetic principles of perfume creation, the perfuming of functional products, the perfumer and marketing, the IFRA recommendations, and much more.

        Synopsis: A text/reference regarding the structure and function of components used in perfume development and the process of developing perfumes. Covers gas chromatography, mass spectrometry and a host of other analytical techniques; the esthetics and techniques of perfume development; the manifold and ever-changing safety-related requirements of countries and customers; concerns about the environmental impact of materials and impurities which affect the perfumer's work. Description: Includes bibliographical references (P. 273-276) and indexes.

        Table of Contents

        Partial table of contents:

        Basic skills and techniques.
        What It Takes to Be a Perfumer.
        The Student Perfumer Today.
        The Technique of Smelling.
        Perfumery Raw Materials.
        The Floral Accords.
        The Technique of Matching.
        Aesthetics and the fundamentals of composition.
        The Structure of a Perfume.
        The Use of Bases.
        Studies in fine fragrance.
        The Descent of Perfumes.
        Selected Great Perfumes.
        Aspects of creative perfumery.
        The Challenge of New Materials.
        The Perfumer and the Market.
        Scientific fundamentals.
        Chemical Reactions in Perfumery.
        The Physical Basis of Perfumery.
        Psychophysics and Perfumery.
        Appendices. Bibliography.

        Masterpieces of the Perfume Industry By Christie Mayer Lefko

        Approx Price: Rs 4,100 / Piece(s) 
        Showing almost 1,300 objects produced for the perfume industry during the 19th and 20th centuries.


        Masterpieces of the Perfume Industry
        By Christie Mayer Lefkowith

        352 pages
        color photos
        Hard cover with dust jacket
        32 x 25 cm
        2,362 kg
        English

        Written by an acknowledged authority on the subject, this book presents a comprehensive photographic and historical review of over 150 years of creativity, showing almost 1,300 objects produced for the perfume industry during the 19th and 20th centuries.

        PERFUMES : Art, Science and Technology

        Approx Price: Rs 6,155
        Perfumes

        Art, Science and Technology

        Muller, P.M., Lamparsky, D. (Eds.)

         658 pages

        The idea of publishing this book on Perfumes: Art, Science and Technology grew out of the observation that, on the verge of the 1990s, there was really no state-of-the-art compilation of the relevant know-how on which the fragrance industry is based. It was obvious that such a compilation would be well received, not only by perfumers and fragrance chemists, but also by those involved in related trade and marketing or in the development and distribution of consumer products, by researchers from other fields, by students and, finally, by amateurs of perfumes in general. Therefore, we set out to find competent authors who were willing to contribute to the endeavour, and we did not do this unselfishly; on the contrary, we selected a wish-list of specialists who would provide us with new insight and characterize the trends and research priorities determining the future. Thus, we were counting on learning much ourselves in the course of the project. We were more than pleasantly surprised by the reactions to our first letter-and so was Elsevier. We certainly had not expected perfumers who are usually much more 'doers' than 'writers' to react in such an enthusiastic way; especially, the spontaneous affirmative answer from the famous E. Roudnitska created a momentum which contributed significantly to the successful comple­ tion of this book. But, of course, we should not create the impression that the other authors' chapters are less important, and we thank all of them heartily for their invaluable effort.

         

        TABLE OF CONTENTS :

         

        I: Perfumery as An Art.
        Chapter 1: The Art of Perfumery.

        II: Perfumery as A Topic in Life Sciences.

        Chapter 2: Odours and Perfumes as a System of Signs.

        Chapter 3: Semiochemicals: Mevalogenins in Systems of Chemical Communication.

        Chapter 4: Origin of Natural Odorants.


        Chapter 5: A Consideration of Some Psychological and Physiological Mechanisms of Odor Perception.

        - III: Trapping and Measuring of Odours.

        Chapter 6: The Measuring of Odors.

        Chapter 7: Trapping, Investigation and Reconstitution of Flower Scents.

        - IV: Classification of Odours.

        Chapter 8: Empirical Classification of Odours.

        Chapter 9: Chemical Classification and Structure—Odour Relationships.

        - V: Compository Techniques and Application Segments.


        Chapter 10: Creative Perfumery: Composition Techniques.


        Chapter 11: Support Materials for Odorant Mixtures.


        Chapter 12: Perfumery Applications: Functional Products.


        Chapter 13: The Impact of Market Research.

        - VI: Production of Perfumes.


        Chapter 14: The Chemistry of Synthetic Raw Materials Production.


        Chapter 15: Compounding.


        Chapter 16: The Toxicology and Safety of Fragrances.


        Chapter 17: The Fragrance Industry in a Changing World.

        - VII: Topics in Perfumery Research.


        Chapter 18: Receptors: Current Status and Future Directions.


        Chapter 19: Natural Products.


        Chapter 20: Synthetic Products.

        - Outlook.

        - List of Contributors.

         

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