10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ODORIPHORE»
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See Odorivector, Odoriphore, Osmophore. Odoriferous — Odiferous means
having a significant odor. Odoriphore — A particular molecular structure that
produces an odor. Most all of the phenyl ethyl structures will be perceived as a
HANDBOOK OF PERCEPTION VOL 6A
Loose compound formed with plasma of the olfactory cell Zwaarde- 1922
Chemical- Possess odoriphore, be volatile, lower surface maker vibrational
tension. lipoid soluble. Odoriphore depends on vibrations in molecule Ungerer
and 1922 ...
Edward C. Carterette, 1978
As odoriphore one may consider the benzene ring with the lateral chain. Besides
this the distribution of wt. in the mol. is important. (B) The odors of almond (
benzaldehyde, acetophenone, nitrobenzene). These compds. have the same ...
Dictionnaire Anglais Du Génie de L'environnement:
... POLL EAU, POLL MAR odor-laden (AmE), odour-laden (BrE), odorous
odorimétrie / ÉCHANT odorimetry odoriphore adj POLL ATM chimie odoriphore
OEB abrév (Office Européen des Brevets) ÉCHANT EPO (European Patent Office
) office; ...
Ullmann's Encyclopedia of industrial chemistry
An odor sensation can be caused even when the concentration of an odoriphore
is less than the limit of detection by chemical or physical methods. The qualitative
and quantitative assessment of mixtures with a large number of components is ...
Fritz Ullmann, Wolfgang Gerhartz, Y. Stephen Yamamoto, 1995
In the case of odours of citral the long aliphatic chain with evenly distributed
weight was the odoriphore. Group 3. Balsamic. Benzene nucleus with lateral
chain often containing another odoriphore group such as aldehyde, ketone or
The nose, paranasal sinuses, nasolacrimal passageways, and ...
Strangely all gaseous substances do not stimulate the olfactory receptors, and it
is assumed according to Howell and others that there are certain odoriphore
groups which are characteristic of all odoriferous substances and by virtue of
Robertson's Words for a Modern Age: A Cross Reference of ...
Qualifying words: inodorous, malodor, malodorous, odor, odorant, odoriferous,
odo rimetry, odoriphore, odorivector, odorimeter, odorography, odorous o odyno-
*+□ -ology odyno-, odyn-, -odynia, odynic,-odyne, -odyn (Gk., Words for a ...
Topics in the History of Psychology
... ether linkage) or nucleus (e.g., pyridine nucleus) may endow a molecule with a
particular odor quality brought the term osmophore (sometimes called odoriphore
) into currency during the first part of the twentieth century. The term originated ...
G. A. Kimble, K. Schlesinger, 2014
Taste and Odor Control in Water Purification
One might expect some correlation between these odoriphore groups and odor
but no very consistent agreement has been noted. One point is important and that
is that odoriphore groups are, in general, reduced substances which are easily ...