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    Question Nice smelling chemicals ;) = Aromachemicals: more info needed please

    I've just began my journey in the synthetic perfume making world and although I love chemistry I lack the knowledge on synthetic substances that smell nice

    Can anyone point me to a 'beginners' website or book on the nice smelling chemicals?

    Thank you so much!
    Last edited by Irina; 18th November 2008 at 01:58 PM.

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    Default Re: Nice smelling chemicals ;)

    What do you mean by "nice"?

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    Default Re: Nice smelling chemicals ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rebewshka View Post
    What do you mean by "nice"?
    I mean the basics on synthetics used in perfumery: aromachemicals I think they're called?

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    Default Re: Nice smelling chemicals ;) = Aromachemicals: more info needed please

    Found this: totally great

    http://www.flavornet.org/flavornet.html

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    Default Re: Nice smelling chemicals ;) = Aromachemicals: more info needed please

    I highly recommend you join

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/perfumemaking/

    There is LOTS of information in the group, and the members are a very nice and helpful bunch! It will save you from wasting a lot of time searching for information on the web.

    Gus

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    Default Re: Nice smelling chemicals ;) = Aromachemicals: more info needed please

    I highly recommend you join

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/perfumemaking/

    There is LOTS of information in the group, and the members are a very nice and helpful bunch! It will save you from wasting a lot of time searching for information on the web.

    Gus

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    Default Re: Nice smelling chemicals ;) = Aromachemicals: more info needed please

    Quote Originally Posted by joxer96 View Post
    I highly recommend you join

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/perfumemaking/

    There is LOTS of information in the group, and the members are a very nice and helpful bunch! It will save you from wasting a lot of time searching for information on the web.

    Gus
    Joined, sounds like fun cos it's not all only natural

    AND THANK YOU GUS!
    Last edited by Irina; 19th November 2008 at 10:20 AM.

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    Default Re: Nice smelling chemicals ;) = Aromachemicals: more info needed please

    There is some good information here: http://perfumersapprentice.com/Perfumery_Supplies/

    Also some good information here:http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/

    I am just getting started in this myself, and one important aspect is how much aromachemical to use. Too much is not good, and too little and you can't smell it.

    Good luck.

    Jon

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