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Natural product chemistry Dr J White Identify different natural products Synthesise your own perfume
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Natural products What are they? Chemicals found in living things Where can you find them? What can you do with them?
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How do you get them?
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Task Here are a mixture of natural products with common fragrances Match the fragrance to the natural product
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Task Watch video clip from bbc senses http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jYtpOlKs TI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jYtpOlKs TI How bad was the smell? We will make our own brand of fragrance
What you have to do Safety Wear gloves & safety glasses Mix different ratios of base notes least fragrance Middle notes Top notes most volatile We will judge how good the fragrance is.
Top Eucalyptus Lemon
Middle geranium lavender
Bottom Jasmine Patchouli Ylang ylang
Bottom Jasmine Patchouli Ylang ylang Middle geranium lavender Top Eucalyptus Lemon
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