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IFF International Flavors & Fragrances Inc., USA

Welcome to IFF. Here, we boldly bring together science and creativity to create what the world needs. An industry leader in food, beverage, health, biosciences and sensorial experiences, we create essential solutions – from global icons to unexpected innovations and experiences. Equal parts outspo more

Ravetllat Aromatics, S.L., Spain

Since 1932 Ravetllat Aromatics has been devoted to design and manufacture fragrances and food flavours for all kind of products and spaces. Our creations contribute to differentiate and improve our customers’ products, giving this invisible and essential touch that is only perceived by our senses. more

Select Alimenta s.r.l., Italy

Select Alimenta is one of the most well-known Italian companies in the flavour and fragrance industry. more

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The world's smallest D4052 density meter

Xtra Easy: Highly efficient operation with unique sample introduction from the top ✓ Xtra Rugged: An extremely robust and versatile analyzer that is unaffected by shocks and vibration ✓ Xtra Accurate: Full range viscosity correction and density results with 5-digit precision ✓ more

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The Aroma of Christmas Trees

The aroma of pine trees is one that’s evocative of Christmas; one of the responsible molecules, alpha-pinene, has already been featured on the Chemistry Advent Calendar, but here we take a more detailed look at the chemical constituents of the aroma. One of the most important contributors to the Chr more

Definition

Extraction fragrance

Extraction fragrance Fragrance extraction refers to the extraction of aromatic compounds from raw materials, using methods such as distillation , solvent extraction , expression , or enfleurage . The results of the extracts are either essential ... more

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