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Scents (Perfume Making)

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How Are Perfumes Made?

“The first step in making perfume is to obtain the essential fragrance oils. This is done in many different ways. The oils may be dissolved out of flowers and leaves by solvents such as alcohol. Another method is to squeeze the oils out by pressure from heavy rollers. In some cases the petals are placed in great tanks that are heated gently. As the petals become hot, the vapors from them rise. As they cool, the vapors are collected on overhead trays.
In still other cases, flat trays are covered with thin layers of pork or beef fat, and the petals are spread over them. The fat absorbs the fragrance from the petals. The old petals are picked off, and new ones are put on until the fat is saturated with the perfume oils. Petals may also be soaked in hot, melted fats. The fragrant fat that is made by these two methods is called a pomade. It is usually further treated to remove the perfume oils. ”
 
Source: 
The New Book of Knowledge. Vol. 15. Danbury, Connecticut : Scholastic Library Pub. 2004. 151.  
 
SUBJECT HEADINGS & KEYWORDS

Essences and essential oils
Perfume
Perfume making
Perfumery
Scents
 
 
CALL NUMBERS

QD - Chemistry
TP - Chemical Technology
TP 983 - Perfumes
668 - Essences and essential oils
668.5 - Perfumes and Cosmetics
 
 
BOOKS

AHS LIBRARY
 
Donaldson, Stephanie. Aromatic Gifts : Scented Ideas From Kitchen and Garden. London: New Holland Publishers, 1995.
 
“Perfume”. Compton's by Britannica.  Vol. 18. Chicago : Encyclopedia Britannica, 2007.  221-223.  
 
“Perfumes”. The New Book of Knowledge. Vol. 15. Danbury, Connecticut : Scholastic Library Pub. 2004. 150-151.  
 
Williams, Betsy. Potpourri and Fragrant Crafts. Pleasantville, NY: The Reader’s Digest Association, 1996.
 
RIZAL LIBRARY
 
Baser, K. H. C. (Kemal Husnu Can). Handbook of Essential Oils : Science, Technology, and Applications. Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2010.  
 
Bauer, Kurt. Common Fragrance and Flavor Materials : Preparation, Properties, and Uses. Weinheim, Germany : VCH : VCH Verlagsgesellschaft , c1985.  
 
Calkin, Robert R.  Perfumery : Practice and Principles. New York : Wiley , c1994.
 
Ohloff, Gnther. Scent and Fragrances : the Fascination of Odors and Their Chemical Perspectives. Berlin : Springer-Verlag , c1994.
 
Poucher, W. A. (William Arthur). Perfumes, Cosmetics and Soaps, with Special Reference to Synthetics. New York : Van Nostrand , 1942.  
 
S.S. Handa and M.K. Kaul. Supplement to Cultivation and Utilization of Aromatic Plants. Jammu-Tawi : Regional Research Laboratory, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, c1997.
 
Sagarin, Edward. The Science and Art of Perfumery. New York : McGraw-Hill , 1945.
 
The Chemistry of Fragrances. Comp.  Pybus, David and Charles Sell. Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, c1999.
 
E-BOOKS 
 
from Gale Virtual Reference Library *
 
Mookherjee, Braja D. and Richard A. Wilson. "Oils, Essential." Van Nostrand's Encyclopedia of Chemistry. Ed. Glenn D. Considine. 5th ed. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Interscience, 2005. 1136-1137. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 23 June 2011.
 
"Perfumes." Encyclopedia of Products & Industries - Manufacturing. Ed. Patricia J. Bungert and Arsen J. Darnay. Vol. 2. Detroit: Gale, 2008. 767-775. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 23 June 2011.
 
 
WEB RESOURCES

How To Make Your Own Perfume
A blog site that tells about perfume making.
 
Perfume Making
Contains information about history and making of perfume.  
 
Perfumes and Colognes
Contains various articles on perfumes and colognes.
 
 
ONLINE DATABASES

Academic Source Complete (EBSCOHOST) *
Click the EBSCOHOST Database, select Academic Source Complete and start searching.  
Includes full-text articles and citations.
 
ACS Publications--Journal Search *
Click the EBSCOHOST Database, select ACS Publications--Journal and start searching. 
The American Chemical Society contains full text chemistry journals and magazines of topics like essential oils, perfumes, perfumery, etc. 
 
JSTOR *
Includes full-text articles and citations from scholarly journals.
 
 
PERIODICALS

Journals/Magazines
ChemMatters
Scientific American
 
 
USEFUL TOOLS

RIZAL LIBRARY Website: http://rizal.lib.admu.edu.ph/
CIPPA (Local Periodicals Index): http://rizal.lib.admu.edu.ph/cippa/cippa.asp
 
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