Common Fragrance and Flavor Materials: Preparation, Properties and Uses (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 21, 2006 - Science - 330 pages
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Get a good start in flavor and fragrance chemistry!

This book presents a survey of those natural and synthetic fragrance and flavor materials which are commercially available, produced and used on a relatively large scale and which are important ingredients for the creation of fragrance and flavor compositions because of their specific sensory characteristics, e.g., smell, taste. It provides information on their properties, methods employed in their manufacture, and their areas of application. This is the 5th edition of the classic "Bauer-Garbe".

'...The excellent and concise introduction to this unique industry is followed by extensive information on nearly 500 of the most used fragrance and flavor compounds. Names, molecular formula, physical data, odor and flavor descriptions, uses, and a number of processes for the larger scale production of chemicals are all included. Successive chapters deal with essential oils, animal secretions, quality control, toxicology and literature. The formula, name and CAS registry number index are an invaluable and timely addition.' - Parfumer and Flavorist

'...Data that would normally have to be selected from many different books are available in one source with this book...with over 800 citations throughout the text, this is a nearly inexhaustible source of information.' - Euromaterials
  

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 Individual Fragrance and Flavor Materials
7
3 Natural Raw Materials in the Flavor and Fragrance Industry
177
4 Analytical MethodsQuality Control
239
5 Safety Evaluation and Legal Aspects
241
6 References
245
Formula Index CAS Registry Number Index
289
Subject index
305
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About the author (2006)

Horst Surburg studied chemistry at Kiel University, and joined Haarmann & Reimer (now Symrise) in Holzminden, Germany, in 1980. He originally researched natural chemical materials, before specializing in the synthesis of aromatic and cosmetic substances, as well as developing methods for their production. Since 2002 Dr. Surburg has been head of the Synthesis department within the corporate R&D at Symrise. He has been a co-author of Common Fragrance and Flavor Materials since 1990.

Johannes Panten studied chemistry at Kiel University, before joining the R&D department at DRAGOCO (now Symrise) in Holzminden, Germany, in 1991. His main research areas are the synthesis of aromatic substances, as well as developing methods for their manufacture. Since 2002 Dr. Panten has been head of the New Molecules Fragrances department at Symrise.

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