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The Chemistry of Fragrances by David H. Pybus and Charles S. Sell

The Chemistry of Fragrances by David H. Pybus and Charles S. Sell

The Chemistry of Fragrances by David H. Pybus and Charles S. Sell

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 The Chemistry of Fragrances

 

Authors:

David H. Pybus

Charles S. Sell

Preface

Modern perfumery is a blend of art, science, and technology. Chemistry is the central science involved and the modern perfumery company houses specialists in all branches of chemistry, from physical chemists through analysts and synthetic organic chemists to biochemists. Indeed, the spectrum of skills ranges right across into biological fields, such as toxicology and sensory and behavioral sciences. All of these specialists work together with perfumers and are essentially creative artists, accountants, marketers, and salespeople. No one person’s skill is sufficient to meet the needs of the business and all must pull together as a team. Our primary aim in this book is to show the use of chemistry in an exciting and rewarding business environment. However, we also felt that we should attempt to convey the interdisciplinary teamwork that is essential for success. To do this, we have invented a story that runs through the chapters and, hopefully, links them together in a way that shows how different specialists work together in a modern perfumery company. (The Chemistry of Fragrances by David H. Pybus and Charles S. Sell) The story begins when a fragrance house receives a brief from a customer. Fragrance houses do not sell directly to the public but to customers who manufacture consumer goods. These customers are those companies whose names are well known to the general public. Some may sell only fine fragrances, others may specialize in household cleaners. Yet others manufacture a broader spectrum, perhaps even the entire range from fine fragrances to industrial detergents. The customer in our story falls more into the last category and the brief asks for a perfume that can be used in a fine fragrance but could also be ‘trickled down’ into a toilet soap, a shampoo, and an antiperspirant. Such a request puts considerable constraints on the creative perfumer, as described herein, and the combined efforts of perfumer and chemists are necessary to provide a suitable fragrance. We hope that the story element adds to the enjoyment of the reader and gives a deeper understanding of the fascinating world of perfumery than would a simple factual account of the subject matter.

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