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The Herbs Of Ayurveda , 4 Volumes Set. By Ashok Seth

The Herbs Of Ayurveda , 4 Volumes Set. By Ashok Seth
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  • The Herbs Of Ayurveda , 4 Volumes Set. By Ashok Seth
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THE HERBS OF AYURVEDA , 4 Vols Set

Compiled By Ashok Seth, (Partner, Sheth Brothers (Kayam Churna)

600 Major Herbs In Ayurveda covered , Fully Illustrated with Colorful Photos.

The Herbs of Ayurveda is published in four Volumes , in which 600 Medicinal Herbs have been described with Fully Colourful Photographs. Each Volumes consists of 150 medicinal Herbs which are arranged alphabetically by Latin (Botanical) names.

Books starts with Particulars on what is Ayurveda ? History of Ayurveda, History of Herbs and Pharmacognosy.

Each Volume is divided into three sections.

In Section I : High Quality Photographs of Plant Parts with mother tinctures, oils, gums, latex , etc., are given, while on the right hand side detailed description of same herb is given. ie., English name, Latin Name and its synonyms (if any), followed by different language names (sanskrit, Hindi, Gujarati, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu and Kannad) for the same herb are given. Other details like Family, distribution, description of plant, chemical constituents , Parts used , medicinal Properties, usages, dose, formulation and special note in which peculiarity or controversy if any is discussed.

In Section II : Resources, includes addresses of educational institutes, research institutions, herberia and Medicinal Gardens, websites related to medicinal plants, parameters on some medicinal herbs about qualitative and quantitative data with guidelines for tests are given according to Indian herbal pharmacopeia , glossary of medicinal and botanical terms. References of books given at the end.

In Section III : Index, which includes index of Botanical names, index of English names, Index of Sanskrit names, Index of Hindi names,Index of Gujarati names with page numbers. In the end contents of each of the 4 volumes are given

This Voluminous Book on medicinal herbs will be useful to students of Ayurveda, Botany, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, unani and pharmacy. It will be also useful to Drug Manufacturers, teachers, Lecturers, Physicians , researchers as well as common laymen.


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OFFICIAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS Of AOAC INTERNATIONAL 21st Edition, 2019

OFFICIAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS Of AOAC INTERNATIONAL 21st Edition, 2019
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OMA print (21st Edition, 2019) is a three-volume set, hardcover book

New Material in 21st Edition (2019)
40 New Methods
45+ Standard Method
Performance Requirements
15 Final Action Methods
7 Method Modifications

Since 1884, AOAC INTERNATIONAL has ensured the ability of analytical scientists to have confidence in their results through the adoption of methods as AOACOfficialMethodsSM. The Official Methods of Analysis of AOAC INTERNATIONAL is an internationalsource of methods, in which scientists worldwide contribute their expertise to standardsdevelopment, method development, and the systematic evaluation and review of methods.It is the most comprehensive collection of chemical and microbiological methods availablein the world, and many methods within the compendium have notation indicating theiradoption as harmonized international reference methods by the International Organizationfor Standardization (ISO), the International Dairy Federation (IDF), the International Unionof Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), and the Codex Alimentarius Commission.


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Analysis Of Pesticides In Food And Environmental Samples, Second Edition

Analysis Of Pesticides In Food And Environmental Samples, Second Edition
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Published March 15, 2019
Reference - 423 Pages - 96 B/W Illustration

Summary

This book provides a critical overview of analytical methods used for the determination of pesticide residues and other contaminants in food and environmental samples by modern instrumental analysis. It contains up-to-date material including recent trends in sample preparation, general methods used for pesticide analysis and quality assurance aspects, and chromatographic and immunoassay methods. The rest of the book describes particular analytical methods used for the determination of pesticides in food and soil, water and air. In addition, the levels of these chemicals found in food, their regulatory aspects and the monitoring of pesticides in the environment are described.

Table of Contents

Pesticides: Classification and Properties.

Sample Handling of Pesticides in Food and Environmental Samples.

Analysis of Pesticides by Chromatographic Techniques Coupled with Mass Spectrometry.

Immunoassays and Biosensors.

Quality Assurance.

Determination of Pesticides in Food of Vegetal Origin.

Determination of Pesticides in Food of Animal Origin.

Determination of Pesticides in Soil. Determination of Pesticides in Water.

Sampling and Analysis of Pesticides in the Atmosphere. Levels of Pesticides in Food and Food Safety Aspects. Monitoring of Pesticides in the Environment.

Editor(s) Bio

Jos L. Tadeo, PhD in chemistry, is a Full Research Professor at the National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology in Madrid, Spain. He graduated in chemistry in June 1972 from the University of Valencia and began his research career at the Institute of Agrochemistry and Food Technology, Spanish Council for Scienti?c Research, in Valencia, investigating on natural components of plants with insecticide activity. In 1976, he was engaged in the research of analytical methodologies for the determination of pesticide residues in food, water, and soil at the Jealotts Hill Research Station in UK.

In 1977, Dr Tadeo was a research scientist at the Institute for Agricultural Research, in Valencia, where his work focused on the study of chemical composition of citrus fruits and the behavior of fungicides used during postharvest of fruits.

In 1988, he became a senior researcher at the National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology. During his stay at the Plant Protection Department, the main research lines were the analysis of herbicide residues and the study of their persistence and mobility in soil.

Since 1998 he leads the Environmental Chemistry Laboratory at the Environment Department of the National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology. His current research is the analysis of pesticides and other contaminants in food and environmental matrices and the evaluation of the exposure to biocides and existing chemicals. His expertise is documented by the publication of over 200 research papers, monographs, and book chapters on these topics, an H index of 36 and the supervision of 10 doctoral thesis. Dr Tadeo has been a member of national and international working groups for the evaluation of chemicals, and he is currently involved in the assessment of biocides at European and international level.


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Principles and Reactions of Protein Extraction, Purification, and Characterization By Hafiz Ahmed, Hafiz Ahmed PhD

Principles and Reactions of Protein Extraction, Purification, and Characterization By Hafiz Ahmed, Hafiz Ahmed PhD
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Published September 14, 2004 by CRC Press408 Pages 160 B/W IllustrationsBook Description

Principles and Reactions of Protein Extraction, Purification, and Characterization provides the mechanisms and experimental procedures for classic to cutting-edge techniques used in protein extraction, purification, and characterization.

The author presents the principles and reactions behind each procedure and uses tables to compare the different methods. The book also discusses the development of antibodies and immunochemical techniques as tools for characterizing proteins and modified proteins such as glycoproteins. Helpful illustrations, diagrams, and tables effectively transform theoretical concepts into practical knowledge. Along with methodical working procedures for most techniques, the book also offers useful advice on which technique to use and when to apply a particular method.

Presenting the advantages and disadvantages of the various protein techniques, Principles and Reactions of Protein Extraction, Purification, and Characterization enables students and researchers to master the mechanisms behind the protocols and choose the best method for their purposes.

Table of Contents

EXTRACTION OF PROTEIN
Preparation of Buffers for Protein Extraction
Use of Protease Inhibitors in Protein Extraction
Use of Detergents in Protein Extraction
Chemical Lysis for Protein Extraction
Mechanical Lysis for Protein Extraction
Preparation of Extract from Prokaryotes
Extraction of Recombinant Protein from Bacteria
Preparation of Extracts from Yeast
Preparation of Extracts from Eukaryotes
Preparation of Extracts from Plants
Preparation of Membrane Extracts

ESTIMATION OF PROTEIN
Ultraviolet Absorption Methods
Colorimetric Methods
Fluorescent Methods

ELECTROPHORETIC ANALYSES OF PROTEIN
Driving Force of Electrophoresis
Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (PAGE)
Isoelectric Focusing (IEF)
Two-Dimensional (2-D) Gel Electrophoresis
Western Blotting
Capillary Electrophoresis

PURIFICATION OF PROTEIN
General Consideration and Purification Strategy
Non-Chromatographic Purification of Proteins
Chromatographic Purification of Proteins

ANTIBODIES: STRUCTURES, INTERACTIONS AND PRODUCTION
Immune System and Antibody Response
Structure of Antibodies
Antigen-Antibody Interactions
Production oof Antibodies
Development of Monoclonal Antibodies
Purification of Antibodies

ANTIBODY LABELING, ANTIBODY DETECTION AND IMMUNOCHEMICAL TECHNIQUES
Methods of Labeling Antibodies
Detection of Antibody Binding
Immunochemical Techniques: a Wide Range of Sensitive Assays for Detecting and Quantitating (Semi) Antigen-Antibody Reactions
Immunoprecipitation
Immunohistochemistry
Flow Cytometry

PURIFICATION OF GLYCOPROTEINS AND ANALYSES OF THEIR OLIGOSACCHARIDES
Diagrams and Stereochemistry of Monosaccharides and Oligosaccharides
Purification of Glycoproteins
Release of Oligosaccharides From Glycoproteins
Preparation of Glycopeptides by Proteolytic Cleavage
Estimation of Carbohydrates
Chromatographic Separation and Detection of Sugars
Electrophoretic Separation
Glycan Detection/Differentiation by Lectins
Analyses of Carbohydrate Linkage


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Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharmaceuticals, Seventh Edition 7th Edition Graham P. Bunn

Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharmaceuticals, Seventh Edition 7th Edition Graham P. Bunn
  • Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharmaceuticals, Seventh Edition 7th Edition Graham P. Bunn
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Summary

This book provides insight into the world of pharmaceutical quality systems and the key elements that must be in place to change the business and organizational dynamics from task-oriented procedure-based cultures to truly integrated quality business systems that are self-detecting and correcting. Chapter flow has been changed to adopt a quality systems organization approach, and supporting chapters have been updated based on current hot topics including the impact of the worldwide supply chain complexity and current regulatory trends.

Table of Contents

Preface

Editor

Contributors

1. Status and Applicability of U.S. Regulations: CGMP

Graham P. Bunn

2. Quality Management Systems and Risk Management

Joseph C. Near

3. Management Responsibility and Control

John E. Snyder

4. Organization and Personnel

Graham P. Bunn and Joanna B. Gallant

5. Finished Pharmaceuticals: General Provisions

Graham P. Bunn

6. Production and Process Controls

Jocelyn A. Zephrani

7. Records and Reports

Graham P. Bunn

8. Clinical Trial Supplies

David Stephon

9. Contracting and Outsourcing

Joseph C. Near

10. Buildings and Facilities

Robert Del Ciello

11. Equipment

Robert Del Ciello and Joseph T. Busfield

12. Control of Components and Drug Product Containers and Closures

Graham P. Bunn

13. Holding and Distribution

Andrew Acker

14. Returned and Salvaged Drug Products

Graham P. Bunn

15. Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients

Joseph C. Near

16. Pharmaceutical Excipient Good Manufacturing Practices

Irwin Silverstein

17. Packaging and Labeling Control

Graham P. Bunn

18. Laboratory Controls

Alex M. Hoinowski

19. Microbiological Aspects of Pharmaceutical Aseptic Processing in the Compounding Pharmacy

Dawn McIver

20. CGMP Enforcement Alternatives in the United States

Daniel G. Jarcho and Cathy L. Burgess

21. FDA Inspection Process

Cathy L. Burgess and Daniel G. Jarcho

22. FDA Pre-approval Inspections

Cathy L. Burgess, Justin Mann, and Seth Olson

23. Worldwide Good Manufacturing Practices

Dominic Parry

24. Data Integrity and Fundamental Responsibilities

Randy Hightower and Michele Pruett

Index


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The Art and Science of Dermal Formulation Development 1st Edition Marc B. Brown, Adrian C. Williams

The Art and Science of Dermal Formulation Development 1st Edition Marc B. Brown, Adrian C. Williams
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CRC Press
Published March 11, 2019
Reference - 222 Pages - 100 B/W Illustrations

Summary

The Art and Science of Dermal Formulation Developmentis a comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of transdermal and topical formulation development, covering preclinical studies, evaluation, and regulatory approval. It enables the reader to understand the opportunities and challenges in developing products and how risks can be mitigated. Over the last 25 years, expertise in this area has declined whilst drug delivery systems for other administration routes have developed significantly. The advantages offered by transdermal and topical drug delivery remain compelling for sectors including the pharmaceutical industry, personal care, and cosmetics. This text addresses the dearth of expertise and discusses how skin can be a route of delivery and the processes in formulation development, but how such an application is very different to that used for oral, IV, and other administration routes.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Structure and Function of Human Skin.

Chapter 2: Theoretical Aspects of Transdermal and Topical Drug Delivery.

Chapter 3: Chemical Modulation of Topical and Transdermal Permeation.

Chapter 4: Physical and Technological Modulation of Topical and Transdermal Drug Delivery.

Chapter 5: Topical and Transdermal Formulation Development.;

Chapter 6: Performance Testing.

Chapter 7: Process Development Considerations for Topical and Transdermal Formulations.


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IADVL TEXTBOOK OF DERMATOLOGY 3 VOLUMES SET

IADVL TEXTBOOK OF DERMATOLOGY 3 VOLUMES SET
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  • Author:S. SACCHIDANAND
  • Year:JANUARY 2022
  • Edition:5TH
  • Language:ENGLISH
  • Pages:3861
  • S.Sacchidanand
    LanguageEnglish
    Edition5th Edition
    IADVL Textbook Of Dermatology (Set of 3 Volumes) 5th Edition 2021 By Sacchidanand.

    Dr. S. Sacchidanand, Professor & former HOD, Department of Dermatology, Bangalore Medical College & Research Institute And Former Registrar (Evaluation) (2007 2010), Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka

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    Flavors and Fragrances : chemistry, bioprocessing and sustainability berger, ralf gnter (ed.)

    Flavors and Fragrances : chemistry, bioprocessing and sustainability berger, ralf gnter (ed.)
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    Flavors and Fragrances : chemistry, bioprocessing and sustainability berger, ralf gnter (ed.) 1st edition.
    Hardcover edition 2007, 2007, xvi,
    648 pages. 236 illus., 5 in color.,

    Flavours and Fragrances is an introduction to aroma chemicals, essential oils, fragrances and flavour compositions for the food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industry.

    The present state-of-the-art technology, the future use of resources and biotechnological approaches for the production of the respective chemical compounds are described.

    A large section is devoted to the description of the renewable resources of flavours: spice plants, fruits from moderate to tropical climates, vegetables, fermented and heated plants.

    Analytical methods, such as gas chromatography coupled to human or electronic noses or to a mass spectrometer, are outlined and consumer trends, legal and safety aspects are described.

    Contents

  • The flavour and fragrance industrypast, present and future
  • Flavours: the legal framework
  • Olfaction, where nutrition, memory and immunity intersect
  • Chemistry of essential oils
  • Bioactivity of essential oils and their components
  • Citrus flavour
  • Fruits and vegetables of moderate climate
  • Tropical fruit flavour
  • Vanilla
  • Flavour of spirit drinks: raw materials, fermentation, distillation, and ageing
  • Wine aroma
  • The Maillard Reaction: source of flavour in thermally processed foods
  • Chemical conversions of natural precursors
  • Industrial quality control
  • Advanced instrumental analysis and electronic noses
  • Gas chromatography-olfactometry of aroma compounds
  • Enantioselective and isotope analysiskey steps to flavour authentication
  • Flavour-isolation techniques
  • Aroma recovery by organophilic pervaporation
  • Encapsulation of fragrances and flavours: a way to control odour and aroma in consumer products
  • Creation and production of liquid and dry flavours
  • Enzymes and flavour biotechnology
  • Microbial flavour production
  • Microbial processes
  • The production of flavours by plant cell cultures
  • Genetic engineering of plants and microbial cells for flavour production
  • Index

    X
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    Chemistry And The Sense Of Smell By Charles S. Sell (Givaudan)

    Chemistry And The Sense Of Smell By  Charles S. Sell  (Givaudan)
    • Chemistry And The Sense Of Smell By  Charles S. Sell  (Givaudan)
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    Chemistry and the Sense of SmellCharles S. Sell
    (Givaudan)480 pages, Hardcover,March 2014Description

    A comprehensive overview of fragrance chemistry

    Fragrance materials are universal, from personal care products to household cleaners, laundry products, and more. Although many of the scents themselves are synthesized in a lab, the actual mechanism of odour has long baffled chemists who attempt to model it for research. In Chemistry and the Sense of Smell, industry chemist Charles S. Sell explores the chemistry and biology surrounding the human detection and processing of odour, providing a comprehensive, single-volume guide to the totality of fragrance chemistry.

    The correlation between molecular structure and odour is much more complex than initially thought, and the intricacies of the mechanism by which the brain interprets scent signals leaves much to be discovered. This book provides a solid foundation of fragrance chemistry and highlights the relationship between research and industry with topics such as:

    • The analysis and characterization of odour
    • The role scent plays in our lives
    • The design and manufacture of new fragrance ingredients
    • The relationship between molecular structure and odour
    • The mechanism of olfaction
    • Intellectual challenges and the future of the field

    Complete with illustrations that clarify difficult concepts and the structures of the molecules under discussion, Chemistry and the Sense of Smell is an all-inclusive guide to the science of scent. For professionals in the fragrance industry or related fields, this book is one resource that should not be overlooked

    Table of ContentsPreface vii

    Acknowledgments ix

    Introduction 1

    1 Why Do We Have a Sense of Smell? 4

    2 The Mechanism of Olfaction 32

    3 Analysis and Characterisation of Odour 188

    4 The Sense of Smell in Our Lives 209

    5 The Scents of Nature 237

    6 Manufacture of Fragrance Ingredients 296

    7 The Design of New Fragrance Ingredients 357

    8 The Relationship Between Molecular Structure and Odour 388

    9 Intellectual Challenges in Fragrance Chemistry and the Future 420

    Glossary 428

    Index 437

    Author Information

    CHARLES S. SELL, PHD, has recently retired from Givaudan after thirty-six years in the fragrance industry. His work has covered all aspects of synthetic organic chemistry as applied to the fragrance industry, from discovery of novel materials through process R&D to improvement of established chemical manufacturing processes. His interest in the design of novel fragrance ingredients, coupled with a long-standing interest in the chemistry of living organisms, led to a deepened investigation into olfaction.


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    Distillation Principles and Practices by Johann G. Stichlmair and James R. Fair

    Distillation Principles and Practices by Johann G. Stichlmair and James R. Fair
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    Distillation: Principles and PracticesJohann G. Stichlmair,James R. Fair544 pagesAugust 1998

    DescriptionA completely thorough and up-to-date guide to modern distillation methods and their applications

    Distillation has been used for separating liquid mixtures for more than two thousand years, and it continues to be the most widely used separation technique in key industries throughout the industrialized world. Although the basic principles have remained the same since the days of the ancient Egyptians, new distillation and distillation control methods continue to be developed to satisfy a variety of highly specialized requirements.

    Encyclopedic in scope, this book provides distillation technicians with a uniquely comprehensive, up-to-date account of distillation methods currently employed in the oil, petrochemical, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries. The authors begin by acquainting readers with the principles of vapor-liquid equilibrium and the essential calculations for determining phase equilibria and equilibrium curves. Subsequent chapters are devoted to practical discussions of virtually all modern distillation methods, including batch, single stage, multistage continuous, multistage batch, and others. A wide array of industrial applications are described, including everything from crude oil distillation and argon recovery from air to water purification and ammonia recovery from wastewater. Special sections deal with the separation of azeotropic mixtures and the energy demand of distillation processes. Concluding chapters are devoted to detailed, extremely well illustrated descriptions of practical equipment design and modern distillation control methods.

    Distillation: Principles and Practice is an indispensable working resource for distillation technicians working in the oil, petrochemical, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries.

    Table of ContentsVapor-Liquid Equilibrium.

    Single-Stage Distillation and Condensation.

    Multistage Continuous Distillation (Rectification).

    Industrial Distillation Processes.

    Multistage Batch Distillation.

    Energy Economization in Distillation.

    Design and Dimensioning Mass Transfer Equipment.

    Control of Distillation Processes.

    Index.

    Author InformationJOHANN G. STICHLMAIR, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Technical University of Munich, Germany.

    JAMES R. FAIR, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Texas and a member of the University's Separation Research Program.


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    Flavor Chemistry And Technology, Second Edition By Gary Reineccius

    Flavor Chemistry And Technology, Second Edition By   Gary Reineccius
    • Flavor Chemistry And Technology, Second Edition By   Gary Reineccius
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    Special Indian Reprint

    Indian Reprint (c) 2016, July 11, 2005 by CRC Press
    Reference - 520 Pages - 122 B/W Illustrations

    Features
  • Provides comprehensive, coherent coverage of topics ranging from flavor chemistry to industry applications and legislation to quality control
  • Presents principles of flavor chemistry followed by industry practice and specific applications, making it one of the few books to cover both
  • Discusses complex, real world industry issues such as flavor creation, changes in flavor, and flavor production
  • SummaryA much-anticipated revision of a benchmark resource, written by a renowned author, professor, and researcher in food flavors, Flavor Chemistry and Technology, Second Edition provides the latest information and newest research developments that have taken place in the field over the past 20 years. New or expanded coverage includes:

  • Flavor and the Information Age
  • Food/Flavor interactions
  • Flavoring materials and flavor potentiators
  • Changes to food flavors during processing
  • Off-Flavors in foods
  • Performance of flavors during processing and storage
  • Applications of flavorings in processing

    One of the many highlights of the new edition is the chapter on food/flavor interactions and flavor release in the mouth. Addressing one of the hottest topics in flavor today, the chapter presents current knowledge on critical issues such as why low-calorie foods do not taste as good as their full-calorie counterparts. The greatest changes in the book have been made to the chapter on food applications. The author supplies a compelling explanation of how flavors interact with basic food components and how these perform during processing and storage. The chapter on flavor production has been updated to include the latest information on the controlled release of flavorings.

    Actively involved in flavor research for 35 years, author Gary Reineccius is an award-winning flavor chemist. Drawing on his years of academic and practical experience, he focuses on the technology of flavors and applications in processing to provide a complete overview of the field.
  • Table of Contents

    FLAVOR CHEMISTRY
    An Overview of Flavor Perception
    Flavor and the Information Age
    Flavor Analysis
    Flavor Formation in Fruits and Vegetables
    Changes in Food Flavor Due to Processing
    Flavor Release from Foods
    Off-Flavors and Taints in Foods

    FLAVOR TECHNOLOGY
    Flavoring Materials
    Flavoring Materials Made by Processing
    Artificial Flavoring Materials
    Flavor Potentiators
    Flavorists and Flavor Creation
    Flavor Production
    Flavor Applications
    Flavor Legislation and Religious Dietary Rules
    Quality Control

    Index


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    Flavour Science : Recent Advances and Trends

    Ed. By Bredie & Peersen

    Pages: 662
    Dimensions: 240 X 165

    Key Features

    * Efficiently summarises the current front line research within food flavor


    * Highlights the modern approaches to flavor production using biotechnology, enzymes and gene-technology
    * The dynamic effects of manipulation of food in the mouth during consumption influencing the release of flavour compounds is discussed in detail

    Description

    The flavor of a food is often the most desirable quality characteristic for the consumer, yet the understanding of flavour is a fascinatingly complicated subject, which calls for interdisciplinary research efforts. This latest volume presents the proceedings of the 11th Weurman Flavour Research Symposium and describes the most recent and original research advances related to the flavour of foods and beverages with contributions of experts from 25 countries world-wide



    Table of Contents :

    Flavour Science, 1st Edition

    Chapter. 1: Biological Aspects of Flavour Perception and Structure - Activity Relationships
    Chapter. 2: Genomics and Biotechnology
    Chapter. 3: Flavours Generated by Enzymes and Biological Systems
    Chapter. 4: Key Aroma and Taste Components
    Chapter. 5: Flavour Changes in Food Production and Storage
    Chapter. 6: Flavrous Generated by Thermal Processes
    Chapter. 7: Retention and Release
    Chapter. 8: Sensory-Instrumental Relationships
    Chapter. 9: Advanced Intrumental Analysis
    Workshops:
    Gastronomy: The Ultimate Flavour Science
    Methods For Artificial Perception: Can Machine Replace Man?
    Challenges for Data Analysis in Flavour Sciences


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    Food Polysaccharides and Their Applications By Alistair M. Stephen, Glyn O. Phillips

    Food Polysaccharides and Their Applications  By Alistair M. Stephen, Glyn O. Phillips
    • Food Polysaccharides and Their Applications  By Alistair M. Stephen, Glyn O. Phillips
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    May 26, 2006 by CRC Press
    Reference - 752 Pages - 231 B/W Illustrations

    SPECIAL INDIAN REPRINT !

    Features
  • Features the latest information on the nutritional value and disease-preventing properties of polysaccharides
  • Describes the sources, biosynthesis, molecular structure, and physical properties of food polysaccharides
  • Details individual food polysaccharides and classifies them according to molecular structure: native and modified starches and starch hydrolysates, and the major NSP
  • SummaryComprehensive in scope, Food Polysaccharides and Their Applications, Second Edition explains the production aspects and the chemical and physical properties of the main classes of polysaccharaides consumed as food, highlighting their nutritional value and their technological characteristics.

    Chapters in this new edition detail the source, biosynthesis, molecular structures, and physical properties of polysaccharides. They also explore production and uses in food formulations; the effects of cooking and interactions with proteins, lipids, sugars, and metal ions; analytical methods, including identification and quantitative determination; and nutritional and ecological considerations with emphasis on genetic engineering of food crops. The editors carefully balance coverage of fundamental aspects and practical implications for the food industry.

    Whats New in the Second Edition:

  • Explains the preparation of new starch esters and improved techniques for the production of acid-converted and oxidized starches
  • Details new information on the natural functions of cell wall polysaccharides of seeds in relation to their molecular structures, biosynthesis and enzymatic hydrolysis
  • Presents additional references that include those relating to IR and NMR spectrometric methods of analysis
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction,
    Alistair M. Stephen and Shirley C. Churms

    Starch: Structure, Analysis, and Application,
    Henry F. Zobel and Alistair M. Stephen

    Modified Starches,
    Otto B. Wurzburg

    Starch Hydrolysates,
    Paul H. Blanchard and Frances R. Katz

    Cellulose and Cellulose Derivatives,
    Donald G. Coffey, David A. Bell, and Alan Henderson

    Galactomannans and Other Cell Wall Storage Polysaccharides in Seeds, Michael J. Gidley and J.S. Grant Reid

    Agars,
    Norman F. Stanley

    Gelling Carrageenans,
    Lennart Piculell

    Alginates,
    Kurt Ingar Draget, Strker T. Moe, Gudmund Skjk-Brk, and Olav Smidsrd

    Inulin,
    Anne Franck

    Pectins: Structure, Functionality, and Uses,
    J.A. Lopes da Silva, and M.A. Rao

    Bacterial Polysaccharides,
    V.J. Morris

    Gums and Mucilages,
    Peter A. Williams, Glyn O. Phillips, Alistair M. Stephen, and Shirley C. Churms

    Chitosans,
    Kjell M. Vrum and Olav Smidsrd

    Polysaccharides in Food Emulsions,
    George A. van Aken

    Polysaccharide Rheology and In-Mouth Perception,
    K. Nishinari

    Phase Behavior in Mixed Polysaccharide Systems,
    Vladimir Tolstoguzov

    Dietary Fiber,
    Andrew Chesson

    Genetic Engineering and Food Crops,
    Jennifer A. Thomson

    Detection and Determination of Polysaccharides in Foods,
    Yolanda Brummer and Steve W. Cui Index


    SKU : ME98797654566
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    HANDBOOK OF ESSENTIAL OILS - 5 Volumes Set By W. Gunkel; L.C. Fraser; S.C. Bhatia

    HANDBOOK OF ESSENTIAL OILS - 5 Volumes Set  By W. Gunkel; L.C. Fraser; S.C. Bhatia
    • HANDBOOK OF ESSENTIAL OILS - 5 Volumes Set  By W. Gunkel; L.C. Fraser; S.C. Bhatia
    Approx. Price: Rs 16,975Shop Now

    Published 2010- HardBound- 2829 Pages

    5 Volumes Set

    These Books are a Complete Treatise/ Manual covering all the aspects related to Essential Oils and their Derivatives alongwith Manufacturing Aspects, Properties, Testing and Uses.

    This Reference is Essential Reading for all Students persuing M.Sc.(Chemistry) and specialisation in Aromatic and Medicinal Plants and persons doing Doctorate in these Fields.

    This Book will also be helpful for Leading Industries Manufacturing Essential Oils and Allied Products.

    VOLUME 1 :

    Chemistry
    Origin and Function of Essential Oils in Plant Life
    Flavors and Fragrances
    Production of Essential Oils
    Design of Equiupment for Essential Oils
    Determination of Physical , Chemical and Odour Properties
    Detection of Adulterants in Essential Oils
    Project Profiles for Manufacture of Essential oils
    Uses and Storage

    VOLUME 2 :

    Constituents of Essential Oils - Hydrocarbons and their Derivatives ,Alcohols , Aldehydes, Ketones, Phenols, esters, Lactones, Coumarins and Coumarones, Furan Derivatives and Oxides , Terpenes , Sesquiterpines and Derivatives of Unknown Constitution

    VOLUME 3 :

    Genus Citrus , Lemon, Orange, Bergamot, Lime, Tangerine, Balm, Basil, Lavender, Peppermint, Sage, Rose, Cardamom, Pepper, Curcuma, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang, Jasmine

    VOLUME 4 :

    Palmorasa , Gingergrass, Lemongrass, Citronella, Cinnamon, Cassia, Camphor, Linaloe, Clove, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree Oil, Ajowan, Caraway, Carrot, Celery, Coriander, Lovage, Geranium, Garlic, Onion, Orris Root, Calamus, Coconut Oil, Thuja, Cypress and Cupressus and Cedarwood

    VOLUME 5 :

    Cananga, Ylang Ylang, Concrete and Absolute of Jasmine and Lilac, Anise, Magnolia, American Turpentines, Thuja, Cedarwood

    Analysis of Important Essential Oils by Capillary Gas Chromatography and Carbon 13 NMR Spectroscopy


    SKU : DAi0uukjsd
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    Handbook of Perfumes and Flavors By Olindo Secondini

    Handbook of Perfumes and Flavors By Olindo Secondini
    • Handbook of Perfumes and Flavors By Olindo Secondini
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    SPECIAL INDIAN REPRINT !!

    Handbook of Perfumes and Flavors

    Author: Dr. Olindo Secondini

    Book - Hardback
    474 pages

    Features

    This unique, comprehensive source book provides a thorough guide to the compounding of basic floral perfumes for cosmetics, soaps, disinfectants, deodorants, and flavors for food. Appx. 250 Perfumes Formulations and 750 Flavors Formulations !!

    Regardless of scientific and technical education or experience in this field, this book will assist those involved in compounding perfume and flavor for all aspects of their application in the chemical industry.
    Contents:

    Forewords
    Preface
    Explanatory Notes

    I. Odors
    Introduction
    Historical Classification of Odors
    Subjective Classification of Odors
    General Classification of Odorous Substances

    II. Natural Essences
    Introduction
    Constituents of the Essential Oils
    Essential Oils Directory

    III. Synthetic Essences
    Introduction
    Materials Employed as Odorants
    Chemical Components of Flavors and Perfumes

    IV. Aromatic Chemicals
    Aromatic Chemicals Used in Flavor and Perfume Compounds

    V. Perfumes
    Natural Odors Simulated with Aromatic Chemicals
    Simulated Flower Scents
    Simulated Marine Scents (Algae)
    Suggested New Perfumes
    Fixatives for Perfumes

    VI. Basic Flavoring Materials
    Introduction
    Natural Flavors Simulated with Synthetic Chemicals
    Aromatic Chemicals Used in Flavor Compounding

    VII. Solvents
    Introduction
    Solvents Commonly Used for Flavors and Perfumes

    VIII. Colorants for Flavors and Perfumes
    Natural Colors
    Colors of Common Flavors and Perfumes

    IX. Stabilizers

    X. Formulary of Perfumes

    XI. Formulary of Flavors

    XII. Chemical Specifications for Perfume and Flavor Components

    XIII. Botanical References for the Formulary

    Appendix: List of Unsafe Materials Used in Perfume and Flavor Manufacture
    Bibliography and References
    Index
    SKU : DAu7o7979
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    Solvent Extraction Principles and Practice, 2nd Revised and Expanded by Jan Rydberg

    Solvent Extraction Principles and Practice, 2nd Revised and Expanded by Jan Rydberg
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    SPECIAL INDIAN REPRINT !

    Solvent Extraction Principles and Practice, Revised and ExpandedEditor(s):Jan RydbergPublished:March 3, 2004 by CRC Press, Reprinted 2012
    Content:480 Pages
    Features
  • Provides a modern introduction to solvent extraction
  • Reviews the pysical principles central to the technique
  • Allocates eight chapters to in-depth discussion of industrial applications in hydrometallurgy, nuclear science, and other areas
  • Features a new chapter expounding on ionic strength corrections
  • Summarizes recent advances, such as the documentation of new solvent matrices
  • Supplements the text with more than 850 literature citations, 200 figures, and 80 tables
  • Summary

    A complete and up-to-date presentation of the fundamental theoretical principles and many applications of solvent extraction, this enhanced Solvent Extraction Principles and Practice, Second Edition includes new coverage of the recent developments in solvent extraction processes, the use of solvent extraction in analytical applications and waste recovery, and computational chemistry methods for modeling the solvent extraction of metal ions. Offering sound scientific and technical descriptions in a format accessible to students and expedient for researchers and engineers, this edition also features a new chapter on ionic strength corrections and contains more than 850 up-to-date literature citations.

    Table of Contents

    Introduction to Solvent Extraction
    Michael Cox and Jan Rydberg

    Principles of Solubility and Solutions
    Yizhak Marcus

    Complexation of Metals
    Gregory R. Choppin

    Solvent Extraction Equilibria
    Jan Rydberg, Gregory R. Choppin, Claude Musikas, and Tatsuya Sekine

    Solvent Extraction Kinetics
    Pier Roberto Danesi

    Ionic Strength Corrections
    Ingmar Grenthe and Hans Wanner

    Development of Industrial Solvent Extraction Processes
    Gordon M. Ritcey

    Principles of Industrial Solvent Extraction
    Philip J. D. Lloyd

    Engineering Design and Calculation of Extractors for LiquidLiquid Systems
    Eckhart F. Blass

    Extraction of Organic Compounds
    Ronald Wennersten

    Solvent Extraction in Hydrometallurgy
    Michael Cox

    Solvent Extraction in Nuclear Science and Technology
    Claude Musikas, Wallace W. Schulz, and Jan-Olov Liljenzin

    Analytical Applications of Solvent Extraction
    Manuel Aguilar, Jos Luis Cortina, and Ana Mara Sastre

    The Use of Solvent Extraction in the Recovery of Waste
    Michael Cox and Hans Reinhardt

    Recent Advances in Solvent Extraction Processes
    Susana Prez de Ortiz and David Stuckey

    Computational Chemistry in Modeling Solvent Extraction of Metal Ions
    Jerzy Narbutt and Marian Czerwinski

    Appendix
    Index of Compounds


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    The Psychology Of Flavour By Stevenson

    The Psychology Of Flavour By Stevenson
    • The Psychology Of Flavour By Stevenson
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    The Psychology of FlavourRichard Stevenson312 pages | 17 line figures | 234x156mm978-0-19-953935-2 | Hardback |
    • The first monograph devoted to this growing area - the psychology of flavour, showing how flavour is a unique example of multisensory integration
    • Shows how our growing knowledge of flavour perception has widespread applied uses - in the health sciences, food science, and cuisine
    • Demonstrates how flavour interacts with other cognitive functions, such as memory and learning processes
    Flavour is arguably the most fascinating aspect of eating and drinking. It utilises a complex variety of senses and processes, that incredibly work together to generate a unified, and hopefully pleasurable, experience. The processes involved are not just those involved in tasting at the time of eating, but also memory and learning processes - we obviously shun those foods of which we have a negative memory, and favour those we enjoy. Our understanding of the science of flavour has improved in recent years, benefiting psychology, cuisine, food science, oenology, and dietetics.

    This book describes what is known about the psychology and biology of flavour. Written by an authority in the field, it is divided into two parts. The first explores what we know about the flavour system; including the role of learning and memory in flavour perception and hedonics; the way in which all the senses that contribute to flavour interact, and our ability to perceive flavour as a whole and as a series of parts. The later chapters examine a range of theoretical issues concerning the flavour system. This includes a look at multisensory processing, and the way in which the mind and brain bind information from discrete sensory systems. It also examines the broader implications of studying flavour for societal problems such as obesity. Written in an accessible style, that assumes little prior knowledge of the field, the book will be valuable for psychologists interested in perception, neuroscientists, food scientists, and dieticians.

    Readership: Psychologists and neuroscientists interested in the senses, and multisensory integration; food scientists;

    1: Introduction
    Flavour and its function in omnivores
    Themes and organization of the book
    The flavour stimulus - food and drink
    Oral anatomy, mastication and swallowing
    The interoceptive flavour senses - olfaction, gustation and somatosensation
    2: Types of flavour interaction
    3: Causes of flavour interaction
    4: Wholes and parts
    Is flavour a unitary experience?
    Wholes into parts
    5: Flavour hedonics
    6: Theory
    Functional approach to flavour
    Issues arising
    7: Implications
    Future directions


    SKU : DA90781414
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    Cosmeceuticals And Active Cosmetics, Third Edition By Raja K Sivamani, Jared R. Jagdeo, Peter Elsner, Howard I. Maibach

    Cosmeceuticals And Active Cosmetics, Third Edition By  Raja K Sivamani, Jared R. Jagdeo, Peter Elsner, Howard I. Maibach
    • Cosmeceuticals And Active Cosmetics, Third Edition By  Raja K Sivamani, Jared R. Jagdeo, Peter Elsner, Howard I. Maibach
    Approx. Price: Rs 15,000.00Shop Now

    September 18, 2015 by CRC Press
    Reference - 458 Pages - 85 B/W Illustrations

    Features

      • Analyzes nearly two dozen ingredients of cosmeceutical products used for a wide variety of conditions
      • Reviews toxicology, product development, and manufacturing
      • Discusses cosmeceutical products used for rosacea, dry skin, alopecia, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, purpura, and vitiligo
      • Covers the legal distinction between a cosmetic and a drug

    Summary

    Cosmeceuticals and Active Cosmetics discusses the science of nearly two dozen cosmeceuticals used today. This third edition provides ample evidence on specific cosmeceutical substances, their classes of use, skin conditions for which they are used, and points of interest arising from other considerations, such as toxicology and manufacturing. The book discusses both cosmetic and therapeutic uses of cosmeceuticals for various conditions including rosacea, dry skin, alopecia, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, purpura, and vitiligo.

    Active ingredients in the following products are discussed: caffeine, curcumin, green tea, Rhodiola rosea, milk thistle, and more. Also covered are topical peptides and proteins, amino acids and derivatives, antioxidants, vitamins E and C, niacinamide, botanical extracts, and biomarine actives. Providing ample scientific references, this book is an excellent guide to understanding the science behind the use of cosmeceuticals to treat a variety of dermatological conditions.

    Table of Contents

    Bakuchiol: A Retinol-Like Functional Compound, Modulating Multiple Retinol and Non-Retinol Targets
    Ratan K. Chaudhuri

    Cutaneous Applications of Caffeine

    Andrea M. Hui, Jared Jagdeo, Neil Brody, and Reena Rupani

    Curcumin in Cosmetics: Biochemical Basis for Skin Repair with Use of Topical Curcumin

    Madalene C.Y. Heng

    The Cosmetic and Therapeutic Uses for Epicatechin-3-Gallate (EGCG)

    Michael S. Leo, Howard I. Maibach, and Raja K. Sivamani

    Ellagic Acid

    William Tuong and Raja K. Sivamani

    Gamma-Linolenic Acid-Containing Vegetable Oils

    Reto Muggli

    Hexylresorcinol: Providing Skin Benefits by Modulating Multiple Molecular Targets

    Ratan K. Chaudhuri

    Hydroxyacids

    Claudine Pirard-Franchimont, Didier Saint-Lger, Sarah Peters, and Gerald E. Pirard

    Kinetin

    Stanley B. Levy

    Topical Resveratrol

    Andrea M. Hui, Jared Jagdeo, and Neil Brody

    Impact of Rhodiola rosea on Skin

    Mahtab Jafari

    Silymarin

    Andrew Mamalis and Jared Jagdeo

    Topical Niacinamide

    Andrea M. Hui and Bishr Al Dabagh

    Anti-Aging Topical Peptides and Proteins

    Fakhra Khalid, Farzam Gorouhi, and Howard I. Maibach


    SKU : ME685684545
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    Spray Drying Techniques For Food Ingredient Encapsulation By C. Anandharamakrishnan, Padma Ishwarya S.

    Spray Drying Techniques For Food Ingredient Encapsulation By C. Anandharamakrishnan, Padma Ishwarya S.
    • Spray Drying Techniques For Food Ingredient Encapsulation By C. Anandharamakrishnan, Padma Ishwarya S.
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    Spray Drying Techniques for Food Ingredient Encapsulation

    C. Anandharamakrishnan, Padma Ishwarya S.
    312 pages
    October 2015,

    Description

    Spray drying is a well-established method for transforming liquid materials into dry powder form. Widely used in the food and pharmaceutical industries, this technology produces high quality powders with low moisture content, resulting in a wide range of shelf stable food and other biologically significant products. Encapsulation technology for bioactive compounds has gained momentum in the last few decades and a series of valuable food compounds, namely flavours, carotenoids and microbial cells have been successfully encapsulated using spray drying.

    Spray Drying Technique for Food Ingredient Encapsulation provides an insight into the engineering aspects of the spray drying process in relation to the encapsulation of food ingredients, choice of wall materials, and an overview of the various food ingredients encapsulated using spray drying. The book also throws light upon the recent advancements in the field of encapsulation by spray drying, i.e., nanospray dryers for production of nanocapsules and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling.

    Addressing the basics of the technology and its applications, the book will be a reference for scientists, engineers and product developers in the industry.

    Table of Contents

    About the authors xiv

    Preface xv

    Acknowledgments xvi

    1 Introduction to spray drying 1

    1.1 Introduction 1

    1.2 Stage 1: Atomization 2

    1.2.1 Principle of atomization 3

    1.2.2 Classification of atomizers 4

    1.2.2.1 Rotary atomizers 4

    1.2.2.2 Pressure nozzle (or hydraulic) atomizer 6

    1.2.2.3 Two-fluid nozzle atomizer 7

    1.2.2.4 Ultrasonic atomizers 8

    1.2.2.5 Electrohydrodynamic atomizers 9

    1.3 Stage 2: Spray-air contact 11

    1.4 Stage 3: Evaporation of moisture 13

    1.5 Stage 4: Particle separation 15

    1.5.1 Cyclone separator 15

    1.5.2 Bag filter 15

    1.5.3 Electrostatic precipitator 17

    1.6 Morphology of spray dried particles 17

    1.6.1 Skin-forming morphology with hollow internal structure 19

    1.6.2 Blow-hole formation 20

    1.6.3 Agglomerate 21

    1.6.4 Formation of dented structure and presence of small particles within large particles 21

    1.7 Spray-drying process parameters and their influence on product quality 22

    1.7.1 Atomization parameters 22

    1.7.1.1 Atomization pressure 22

    1.7.1.2 Feed flow rate 23

    1.7.1.3 Feed viscosity 23

    1.7.1.4 Feed surface tension 23

    1.8 Parameters of spray-air contact and evaporation 24


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    Harrys Cosmeticology , 9th Edition 3 Volume Set, 2015

    Harrys Cosmeticology , 9th Edition 3 Volume Set, 2015
    • Harrys Cosmeticology , 9th Edition 3 Volume Set, 2015
    Approx. Price: Rs 72,000.00Shop Now

    Editor-In-Chief: Meyer R. Rosen
    Chemical Publishing
    Book - Hardcover
    Pub Date: Sept 2015
    2600 pages

    This book is has been designed for use as a textbook for cosmetic chemistry at universitiesand for professional use within cosmetic and personal care product companies of all sizes.

    Part 1 Marketing
    Part 2 Regulatory Requirements,Intellectual Property, Achieving Global Market Success
    Part 3 The Substrates
    Part 4 Ingredients
    Part 5 Anti-Aging
    Part 6 Formulating
    Part 7 Sensory Characterization
    Part 8 Delivery Systems
    Part 9 Nutracosmetics
    Part 10 Nanocosmetics
    Part 11 Testing
    Part 12 Sustainability
    Part 13 Cosmetic Manufacturing
    Part 14 Packaging

    Approx 2500 Pages
    3 Volumes Set
    Hardcover

    Features
    Cover Page
    Copyright Page
    About the Editor-in-Chief
    Acknowledgements
    Preface

    Part 1. In The Beginning

    Part 1.1

    Marketing Concepts to Empower Technical People

    Darrin C. Duber-Smith, MS, MBA Senior Lecturer Metropolitan State University Denver
    Table of Contents

    1.1.1 The Magic and Mythology of Marketing
    1.1.2 The Marketing Concept
    1.1.3 Assessing the Marketing Environment
    1.1.4 The Four P's
    1.1.5 Development, Prototypes, Testing, and Commercialization
    1.1.6 The Truth About Innovation
    1.1.7 The Missing Links

    Part 1.2

    Creating the Right Fragrance for Your Personal Care Product

    Jill B. Costa, Ph.D.
    Bell Flavors and Fragrances
    500 Academy Drive
    Northbrook, IL 60062

    Table of Contents

    1.2.1 The Fragrance House
    1.2.2 Fragrance Materials
    1.2.3 What is a Fragrance Composition?

    1.2.4 Creation / Construction of Fragrances

    a. Top, Middle, and Base Notes
    b. Fragrance Characters

    1.2.5 Interaction of Fragrance Materials with Product Bases

    a. Volatility / Boiling Point
    b. Hydrophobicity / Hydrophilicity (Octanol-Water Partition Coefficient, log KOW)
    c. Odor Detection Thresholds

    1.2.6 Evaluation of Fragrances

    a. Product-Use Cycle
    b. Fragrance Complexity

    1.2.7 Limitations of Fragrances

    1.2.8 Cost Structure of Fragrances

    a. Carriers
    b. Concentration-Cost Considerations for Fragrances

    1.2.9 Troubleshooting Fragrances

    a. Color Changes
    b. Physical Product Stability
    c. Odor

    1.2.10 Fragrance Types Defined

    a. Traditional Fragrances
    b. EU Allergen Label Free or Allergen Free
    c. Water-Soluble Fragrances
    d. Water-Dispersible Fragrances
    e. INCI Blends
    1. Natural INCI Blends
    2. Allergen-Label-Free INCI Blend
    3. Traditional INCI Blend
    4. "Unscented" INCI Blend
    f. Natural Fragrances
    1. Traditional Natural Blends
    2. Essential Oil Natural Blends
    g. GRAS Fragrances (Generally Recognized as Safe)


    Conclusion
    References

    Part 1.3

    Fragrance Packaging Design:
    A Multi-Sensory Experience from Concept to Consumer

    Renee Bukowski
    Senior Product Development Manager
    Tru Fragrance and Beauty
    1250 Broadway, Suite 1901


    SKU : DA088879655555
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    Chamomile Industrial Profiles edited by Rolf Franke and Heinz Schilcher

    Chamomile Industrial Profiles edited by Rolf Franke and Heinz Schilcher
    • Chamomile Industrial Profiles edited by Rolf Franke and Heinz Schilcher
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    Chamomile
    Industrial Profiles

    edited by Rolf Franke and Heinz Schilcher


    Features of Chamomile: Industrial Profiles:

    Includes detailed descriptions of diverse experimental studies carried out until 2004
    Presents concrete details about breeding experiments, cultivation, harvest, and the processing of chamomile flowers
    Lists all pharmacopoeias dealing with German and Roman chamomile
    Provides more than 800 references to guide the reader to more detailed information
    Chamomile: Industrial Profiles provides an interdisciplinary inventory of the scientific level of knowledge about German chamomile as well as Roman chamomile, the two types of chamomile most produced. It includes information for pharmacists and the pharmaceutical industry about chamomile preparations and essential chamomile oil.

    Physicians and toxicologists will find detailed descriptions of the latest experimental studies and the use of chamomile preparations in traditional and therapeutic uses. It also includes the latest information of use to growers and pharmaceutical entrepreneurs.

    Contents


    Legal Situation of German Chamomile
    Plant Sources
    Active Chemical Constituents of Matricaria Chamomilla L. Syn
    Chamomilla Recutita (L.) Rauschert
    Cultivation
    Abiotic and Biotic Stress Affecting the Common Chamomile
    Raw Plant Material and Postharvest Technology
    Processing of Raw Material
    Storage of the Dry Drug
    Chemical Analysis of the Active Principles of Chamomile
    Pharmacology and Toxicology
    Traditional Use and Therapeutic Indications
    Index


    SKU : DA40

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    Chromatography Concepts and Contrasts Second edition

    Chromatography Concepts and Contrasts Second edition
    • Chromatography Concepts and Contrasts Second edition
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    Chromatography
    Concepts and Contrasts
    Second edition
    by James M. Miller

    The first edition of Chromatography: Concepts and Contrasts, published in 1988, was one of the first books to discuss all the different types of chromatography under one cover.

    This new second edition continues with these principles but has been updated to include new chapters on sampling and sample preparation, capillary electrophoresis and capillary electrochromatography (CEC), chromatography with mass spec detection, and industrial and governmental practices in regulated industries.

    Features:

    • Covers extraction, solid phase extraction (SPE), and solid phase microextraction (SPME), and introduces mass spectrometry
    • Updated with the latest techniques in chromatography
    • Discusses both liquid chromatography (LC)and gas chromatography(GC)

    Contents

  • Impact of Industrial and Government Regulatory Practices on Analytic Chromatography
  • Introduction to Chromatography
  • Band Broadening and Kinetics
  • Physical Forces and Interactions
  • Optimization and the Achievement of Separation
  • Comparisons Between Chromatographic Modes
  • Gas Chromatography
  • Liquid Chromatography in Columns
  • Quantitation: Detectors and Methods
  • Chromatography with Mass Spectral Detection (GC/MS and LC/MS)
  • Liquid Chromatography on Plane Surfaces
  • Qualitative Analysis
  • Capillary Electrophoresis and Capillary Electrochromatography
  • Sample Preparation
  • Special Applications
  • Selection of a Method
  • Appendix: ICH Glossary
    Index


    SKU : DA11

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    Advanced Distillation Technologies: Design, Control And Applications By Anton A. Kiss

    Advanced Distillation Technologies: Design, Control And Applications By Anton A. Kiss
    • Advanced Distillation Technologies: Design, Control And Applications By Anton A. Kiss
    Approx. Price: Rs 13,500.00Shop Now

    Advanced Distillation Technologies: Design, Control and Applications

    Anton A. Kiss
    414 pages
    April 2013

    Description

    Distillation has historically been the main method for separating mixtures in the chemical process industry. However, despite the flexibility and widespread use of distillation processes, they still remain extremely energy inefficient. Increased optimization and novel distillation concepts can deliver substantial benefits, not just in terms of significantly lower energy use, but also in reducing capital investment and improving eco-efficiency. While likely to remain the separation technology of choice for the next few decades, there is no doubt that distillation technologies need to make radical changes in order to meet the demands of the energy-conscious society.

    Advanced Distillation Technologies: Design, Control and Applications gives a deep and broad insight into integrated separations using non-conventional arrangements, including both current and upcoming process intensification technologies.

    It includes:

    • Key concepts in distillation technology
    • Principles of design, control, sizing and economics of distillation
    • Dividing-wall column (DWC) design, configurations, optimal operation and energy efficient and advanced control
    • DWC applications in ternary separations, azeotropic, extractive and reactive distillation
    • Heat integrated distillation column (HIDiC) design, equipment and configurations
    • Heat-pump assisted applications (MVR, TVR, AHP, CHRP, TAHP and others)
    • Cyclic distillation technology concepts, modeling approach, design and control issues
    • Reactive distillation fundamentals, equipment, applications, feasibility scheme
    • Results of rigorous simulations in Mathworks Matlab & Simulink, Aspen Plus, Dynamics and Custom Modeler

    Containing abundant examples and industrial case studies, this is a unique resource that tackles the most advanced distillation technologies all the way from the conceptual design to practical implementation.


    The author of Advanced Distillation Technologies, Dr. Ir. Anton A. Kiss, has been awarded the Hoogewerff Jongerenprijs 2013.


    Table of Contents
    Preface xiii

    Acknowledgements xv

    1 Basic Concepts in Distillation 1

    1.1 Introduction 1

    1.2 Physical Property Methods 2

    1.3 Vapor Pressure 6

    1.4 VaporLiquid Equilibrium and VLE Non-ideality 8

    1.5 Relative Volatility 13

    1.6 Bubble Point Calculations 14

    1.7 Ternary Diagrams and Residue Curve Maps 16

    1.8 Analysis of Distillation Columns 24

    1.9 Concluding Remarks 34

    References 35

    2 Design, Control and Economics of Distillation 37

    2.1 Introduction 37

    2.2 Design Principles 38

    2.3 Basics of Distillation Control 44

    2.4 Economic Evaluation 55

    2.5 Concluding Remarks 63

    References 64

    3 Dividing-Wall Column 67

    3.1 Introduction 67


    SKU : ST908u325
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    Textbook Of Herbal Cosmetics By Vimaladevi M. (author)

    Textbook Of Herbal Cosmetics By Vimaladevi M. (author)
    • Textbook Of Herbal Cosmetics By Vimaladevi M. (author)
    Approx. Price: Rs 295.00Shop Now

    Textbook Of Herbal Cosmetics |
    by Vimaladevi M. (Author). BSc, MPharm, PhD

    Emiritus Professor of Pharmaceutical Technology
    Andhra University

    Honorary Chairperson , Auro Pharma, Puducherry
  • Paperback
  • Publisher: CBS; 1ST edition (2015)
  • Language: English


  • It is a unique book which has been prepared keeping in mind that India has a fascinating beauty culture made of traditional natural herbs bestowed with special health benefits and that in India a huge population is awaiting access to natural cosmetics and cleansing products. Foreigners are becoming more and more interested in MADE IN INDIA herbal cosmetics. India is emerging as one of the most dynamic herbal cosmetic manufacturing countries internationally. This book will be of immense interest not only to the students of pharmacy, cosmetology, and R&D workers but also of cosmetics manufacturers. Microbial and oxidative preservation and prevention of oxidative degradation of the formulations are given.

    Contents :

    1. Baby Care Products
    2. Body Care Products
    3.Hair Care Products
    4. Dental care and Oral Hygiene Products

    Index


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    Campbell's Magnolia Fine Soap

    Campbell's Magnolia Fine Soap
    • Campbell's Magnolia Fine Soap
    • Campbell's Magnolia Fine Soap
    • Campbell's Magnolia Fine Soap
    • Campbell's Magnolia Fine Soap
    • Campbell's Magnolia Fine Soap
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    • Campbell's Magnolia Fine Soap
    • Campbell's Magnolia Fine Soap
    • Campbell's Magnolia Fine Soap
    Approx. Price: Rs 225 / PieceShop Now

    Product Details:

    Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
    BrandVillage Cottage
    Usage/ApplicationBathing
    Weight100 gms
    IngredientGlycerine

    Campbell's magnolia is a native to Indian Himalayas. Amalgamation of enchanting looks & radiating warm fragrance. These fragrant white blossoms have smooth, almost velvet-looking petals. Magnolia that grows in the forests of the Himalaya all the way till Burma at altitudes of 2400-3000 m. It is a large deciduous tree, bearing large white or cream, pink scented flowers, mostly on bare branches. Flowers are 13-20 cm across, with 12-15 large white petals, outer ones silvery-haired. Smooth oval leaves are up to a foot long, with silky hairs on the underside when young. Fruit is a cylindrical spike 15-20 cm long, with red seeds. A pink flowered form of Campbell's Magnolia occurs in East Himalayas, and is cultivated around Darjeeling. Flowering: March-April. In Manipuri they ate named Ootahmbal means "tree lotus" - flowers are used as offering in puja.Village Cottage Fine Soap gives a soft tender feel with Butters and Natural Oils. Essential Oils gives a boost to your mood and leaves you Relaxed.

    TFM - 76%

    Grade 1 Soap

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    A Short Textbook Of Cosmetology:

    A Short Textbook Of Cosmetology:
    • A Short Textbook Of Cosmetology:
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    Book NameA Short Textbook of Cosmetology
    AuthorDe Polo
    LanguageEnglish
    BrandGerman
    Binding TypeHardcover
    Number Of Piece1
    skuDa68899966

    A short guide to the development, manufacture and sale of modern skin care and skin protection cosmetics

    Table of Contents:

    1. Skin

    2. Hair and Hair care

    3. Sunscreens

    4. Moisturizers and Humectants

    5. Emollients

    6. Consistency Agents and Thickners

    7. The Preservation of cosmetic preparations

    8. Cosmetic Emulsions

    9. Regulations in the cosmetic industry

    10. History of cosmetic science


    SKU : Da68899966

    Additional Information:

    • Production Capacity: 5
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    Soapmaking : Making Transparent and Natural liquid soaps By Catherine Failor

    Soapmaking : Making Transparent and Natural liquid soaps By Catherine Failor
    • Soapmaking : Making Transparent and Natural liquid soaps By Catherine Failor
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    Paperback,234 pagesConsider how aesthetically pleasing soap is and what an intimate role it plays in our everyday lives, with the correct balance of oils, solvents and additives, you can make homemade soap that feels softer, richer and creamier than any commercial brand on the market . Contrary to popular belief, soap making is easy. With some essential pieces of equipment, inexpensive supplies and basic know-how, you're on your way to creating personalized soapsWith its Myriad colors, scents and shapes, soap can brighten any bathroom or kitchen, Even the most basic soap recipe yields spectacular results and the scents, colors and molds you choose can turn the predictable into the unexpected. Soap Fragrances run the gamut from soothing florals to invigorating fruit scents. You can even add some of your favorite perfume or natural dyes such as ground spices and herbs, cocoa powder, rosin and chlorophyll.Discover how fun and easy it can be to create your own unique specialty soaps !CONTENTS : Part 1 Making Transparent Soap
  • All About Soap
  • Knowing your Ingredients
  • Equipment and Safety Precautions
  • Making Transparent Soaps
  • Transparent Soaps Recipes
  • Dyes and Fragrances
  • Troubleshooting Transparent Soaps

    Part II Making Natural Liquid Soaps

  • Getting Started
  • A Guide to Basic Techniques
  • Formulating Blends
  • Sumptuous Bath and Shower gels
  • Premium Natural Shampoos
  • Dyeing and Fragrancing
  • Troubleshooting Liquid soaps
  • Bibliography

    Glossary

    Metric Conversion Chart

    Resources

    Index

    Author :

    Catherine Failor has been making soap for more than 20 years. Her experience in graphic design and interest in science has enabled herto test hot-process soap making, a technique not usually accessible to the home soap maker. She has developed new ways to make colorful, scented soaps in the home kitchen, and shares them in her Storey books, Making Transparent Soap and Making Natural Liquid Soaps. Failor'sentrepreneurial ventures include Copra Soap, a specialty soap manufacturing company, and her current venture, Milky Way Molds, producing the finest selection of craft molds in the Milky Way Galaxy


    SKU : DA9-88-8-
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    Reactive Distillation Design and Control by William L. Luyben, Cheng-Ching Yu

    Reactive Distillation Design and Control by  William L. Luyben, Cheng-Ching Yu
    • Reactive Distillation Design and Control by  William L. Luyben, Cheng-Ching Yu
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    Product Details:

    skuMrep35666777
    Weight1 kg

    March 2009,608Pages

    Introduction
    After an overview of the fundamentals, limitations, and scope of reactive distillation, this book uses rigorous models for steady-state design and dynamic analysis of different types of reactive distillation columns and quantitatively compares the economics of reactive distillation columns with conventional multi-unit processes. It goes beyond traditional steady-state design that primarily considers the capital investment and energy costs when analyzing the control structure and the dynamic robustness of disturbances, and discusses how to maximize the economic and environmental benefits of reactive distillation technology.TABLE OF CONTENTS


    1 Introduction 1

    Part I Steady-State Design of Ideal Quaternary System 15

    2 Parameter Effects 17

    3 Economic Comparison of Reactive Distillation with a Conventional Process 37

    4 Neat Operation Versus Using Excess Reactant 71

    Part II Steady-State Design of Other Ideal Systems 87

    5 Ternary Reactive Distillation Systems 89

    6 Ternary Decomposition Reaction 119

    Part III Steady-State Design of Real Chemical Systems 145

    7 Steady-State Design for Acetic Acid Esterification 147

    8 Design of Tame Reactive Distillation Systems 179

    9 Design of MTBE and ETBE Reactive Distillation Columns 213

    Part IV Control of Ideal Systems 239

    10 Control of Quaternary Reactive Distillation Columns 241

    11 Control of Excess Reactant Systems 261

    12 Control of Ternary Reactive Distillation Columns 293

    Part V Control of Real Systems 353

    13 Control of Reactive Distillations for Acetic Acid Esterification 355

    14 Plantwide Control of Tame Reactive Distillation System 389

    ETBE Reactive Distillation Columns 407

    Part VI Hydrid and Nonconventional Systems 429

    16 Design and Control of Column/Side Reactor Systems 431

    17 Effects of Boiling Point Rankings on the Design of Reactive Distillation 487

    18 Effects of Feed Tray Locations on Design and Control of Reactive Distillation 519

    Appendix Catalog of Types of Real Reactive Distillation Systems 545

    References 563

    Index 573


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    Analysing Architecture 4th Edition Simon Unwin

    Analysing Architecture 4th Edition Simon Unwin
    • Analysing Architecture 4th Edition Simon Unwin
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    Product Details:

    skuME979444545
    Weight2 kg

    Routledge
    Published January 6, 2014
    Textbook - 336 Pages - 816 B/W Illustrations

    Summary

    Now in its fourth edition, Analysing Architecture has become internationally established as the best introduction to architecture. Aimed primarily at those wishing to become professional architects, it also offers those in disciplines related to architecture (from archaeology to stage design, garden design to installation art), a clear and accessible insight into the workings of this rich and fascinating subject. With copious illustrations from his own notebooks, the author dissects examples from around the world and all periods of history to explain underlying strategies in architectural design and show how drawing may be used as a medium for analysis.

    This new edition ofAnalysing Architectureis revised and expanded. Notably, the chapter on Basic Elements of Architecture has been enlarged to discuss the powers various architectural elements offer the architect. Three new chapters have been added to the section on Themes in Spatial Organisation, covering Occupying the In-between, Inhabited Wall and Refuge and Prospect. Two new examples a Mud House from Kerala, India and the Mongyo-tei (a tea house) from Kyoto, Japan have been added to the Case Studies at the end of the book. The Select Bibliography has been expanded and the Index revised.

    Works of architecture are instruments for managing, orchestrating, modifying our relationship with the world around us. They frame just about everything we do. Architecture is complex, subtle, frustrating but ultimately extremely rewarding. It can be a difficult discipline to get to grips with; nothing in school quite prepares anyone for the particular demands of an architecture course. But this book will help.

    Analysing Architectureis the foundation volume of a series of books by Simon Unwin exploring the workings of architecture. Other books in the series includeTwenty Buildings Every Architect Should UnderstandandExercises in Architecture.

    Table of Contents

    Introduction

    How Analysis Helps Design

    Architecture as Identification of Place

    Basic Elements of Architecture

    Modifying Elements of Architecture

    Elements Doing More Than One Thing

    Using Things That Are There

    Primitive Place Types

    Architecture as Making Frames

    Temples and Cottages

    Geometries of Being

    Ideal Geometry

    Themes in Spatial Organisation:

    1. Space and Structure

    2. Parallel Walls

    3. Stratification

    4. Transition, Hierarchy, Heart

    5. Occupying the In-between

    6. Inhabited Wall

    7. Refuge and Prospect Postscript 2013 Postscript 1997-2009

    Case studies

    1. Iron Age House, Castell Henllys, Wales, UK

    2. Royal Villa, Knossos, Crete, Greece

    3. Llainfadyn, St. Fagans, Wales, UK

    4. Mud House, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India

    5. Il Tempietto, Rome, Italy

    6. Fitzwilliam College Chapel, Cambridge, England, UK

    7. Schminke House, Lbau, Germany

    8. Vanna Venturi House, Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, USA

    9. Woodland Chapel, Stockholm, Sweden

    10. House VI, Cornwall, Connecticut, USA

    11. The Box, Culver City, California, USA

    12. Mongyo-Tei (Tea House), Kyoto, Japan

    Acknowledgements

    Select Bibliography and References


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    Cost-Contained Regulatory Compliance: For The Pharmaceutical, Biologics, And Medical Device Industries By Sandy Weinberg

    Cost-Contained Regulatory Compliance: For The Pharmaceutical, Biologics, And Medical Device Industries By   Sandy Weinberg
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    Cost-Contained Regulatory Compliance: For the Pharmaceutical, Biologics, and Medical Device IndustriesSandy WeinbergHardcover296 pagesApril 2011DescriptionThis book guides the reader through FDA regulation guidelines and outlines a comprehensive strategy for cost reduction in regulatory affairs and compliance. This book explains six strategies to cost-effectively comply with FDA regulations while maintaining product safety and improving public access through cost controls. It provides useful and practical guidance through industry case studies from pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device industries.Table of ContentsPREFACE.

    Chapter 1. Controlling Regulatory Costs.

    Chapter 2. Clear Operation Definitions of Requirements.

    Chapter 3. Pre-Regulatory Audits.

    Chapter 4. Quality by Design.

    Chapter 5. Outsourcing.

    Chapter 6. Electronic Submissions.

    Chapter 7. EMEA/FDA Inspections.

    Chapter 8. Managing FDA Inspections.

    Chapter 9. Risk Assessment.

    Chapter 10. Cases.

    Chapter 11. Cost Containment Analysis.

    Chapter 12. Managing Regulation In Times of Chaos.

    Chapter 13. International Regulation.

    Chapter 14. Cost Contained Regulatory Compliance.

    Chapter 15. Future.

    BIBLIOGRAPHY.

    INDEX .

    Author Information

    SANDY WEINBERG, PhD, is a professor of healthcare management at Clayton State University in Atlanta and an international regulatory consultant. He has thirty-five years' regulatory experience, including global executive responsibility at GE Healthcare and Tikvah Therapeutics. Dr. Weinberg has written thirteen books including, most recently, Guidebook for Drug Regulatory Submissions, also from Wiley.


    SKU : ME8375455
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    Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry: Applications, Theory and Instrumentation, Supplementary Volumes S1 - S3

    Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry: Applications, Theory and Instrumentation, Supplementary Volumes S1 - S3
    • Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry: Applications, Theory and Instrumentation, Supplementary Volumes S1 - S3
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    Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry: Applications, Theory and Instrumentation, Supplementary Volumes S1 - S3Robert A. Meyers (Editor)2188 pagesFebruary 2011DescriptionThe new 3-Volume Supplementary Set for Encyclopedia ofAnalytical Chemistrycontains 95 newarticles (published online in Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry (EAC) from 2008 2010), covering subjects which have achieved particular prominence and distinction since the print publication of EAC in 2000. The new 3 Volume Set includes advances in applications and theory ranging from mass spectrometry, atomic, infrared, Raman and X-ray spectroscopy, to nuclear magnetic resonance and imaging, nuclear methods, electrochemistry, and hyphenated techniques.

    Provides essential information required to analyze elements and compounds as well as structures in a wide variety of matrices for a range of applications, interpret the results and also gain a thorough knowledge of the theory and instrumentation utilized.

    Coverage of key advances includes:

    • Proteomics and genomics

    Coverage of quantitative proteomics, electrochemical detection, dynamic light scattering, amyloids and protein aggregation measurements to low-cost, high-throughput gene sequencing

    • Imaging technologies

    Coverage of major new medical and biological techniques including: ultrashort laser pulse medical imaging, quantitative imaging of membrane mechanics with molecular resolution, 3D neutron imaging, scanning near-field ultrasound holography, atomic force microscopy in nanocell biology, biomolecular interactions using nanopore force spectroscopy, scanning electrochemical microscopy and quadrupolar nuclei in biological systems

    • Nanotechnology

    Expanded coverage of nanotechnology including scanning probe microscopy for imaging nanoparticles and nanocrystals, nanomaterials for electroanalysis, as well as scanning electrochemical microscopy, and scanning near-field ultrasound holography

    • Other major advances

    There is also comprehensive coverage of advances in environmental monitoring, drinking water analysis, forensic science, electronic absorption and luminescence spectroscopy, infrared spectroscopy, atomic spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance and electrochemistry; as well as specific coverage in pharmaceuticals and drugs, clinical chemistry, X-ray spectrometry, chemometrics, polymers and liquid chromatography

    Written at a level appropriate to allow a chemist (organic, polymer, inorganic, biochemist, molecular biologist),physicist or engineerto discover methodology for the analysis of most molecular and biological structures and materials.

    Table of ContentsSupplementary Volume 1

    Biomedical Spectroscopy.

    Biomolecules Analysis.

    Clinical Chemistry.

    Environment: Water and Waste.

    Field-portable Instrumentation.

    Forensic Science.

    Liquid Chromatography.

    Nucleic Acids Structure and Mapping.

    Peptides and Proteins.

    Pharmaceuticals and Drugs.

    Polymers and Rubbers.

    Process Instrumental Methods.

    Surfaces.

    Supplementary Volume 2.

    Atomic Spectroscopy.

    Electroanalytical Methods.

    Electronic Absorption and Luminescence.

    Infrared Spectroscopy.

    Mass Spectrometry.

    Supplementary Volume 3.

    Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy.

    Nuclear Methods.

    Raman Spectroscopy.

    X-Ray Spectrometry.

    General Articles.

    Appendices.

    Lists of Index.


    SKU : ME107
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    LC/MS : A Practical User's Guide (Hardcover) by Marvin McMaster

    LC/MS : A Practical User's Guide (Hardcover)  by Marvin McMaster
    • LC/MS : A Practical User's Guide (Hardcover)  by Marvin McMaster
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    LC/MS: A Practical User's GuideMarvin McMaster184 pagesJuly 2005DescriptionA practical guide to using and maintaining an LC/MS system

    The combination of liquid chromatography (LC) and mass spectrometry (MS) has become the laboratory tool of choice for a broad range of industries that require the separation, analysis, and purification of mixtures of organic compounds.

    LC/MS: A Practical User's Guide provides LC/MS users with an easy-to-use, hands-on reference that focuses on the practical applications of LC/MS and introduces the equipment and techniques needed to use LC/MS successfully. Following a thorough explanation of the basic components and operation of the LC/MS system, the author presents empirical methods for optimizing the techniques, maintaining the instrumentation, and choosing the appropriate MS or LC/MS analyzer for any given problem.

    LC/MS covers everything users need to know about:
    • The latest equipment, including quadrupole, time-of-flight, and ion trap analyzers
    • Cutting-edge processes, such as preparing HPLC mobile phases and samples; handling and maintaining a wide variety of silica, zirconium, and polymeric separation columns; interpreting and quantifying mass spectral data; and using MS interfaces
    • Current and future applications in the pharmaceutical and agrochemical industries, biotechnology, clinical research, environmental studies, and forensics
    An accompanying PowerPoint slide-set on CD-ROM provides vital teaching tools for instructors and new equipment operators. Abundantly illustrated and easily accessible, the text is designed to help students and practitioners acquire optimum proficiency in this powerful and rapidly advancing analytical application.See LessTable of ContentsChapter 1. Introduction to LC/MS.

    Chapter 2. The HPLC System.

    Chapter 3. The HPLC Column and Separation Modes.

    Chapter 4. HPLC and Column Maintenance.

    Chapter 5. Sample Preparation and Separations Development.

    Chapter 6. LC/MS Interfaces.

    Chapter 7. LC/MS Overview.

    Chapter 8. The Mass Analyzers.

    Chapter 9. Mass Spectrometer Maintence.

    Chapter 10. Application Areas for LC/MS.

    Chapter 11. Trace Analysis and LC/MS/MS.

    Chapter 12. Drug Discovery and Benchtop LC/MS.

    Chapter 13. Proteomics: LC/MALDI/TOF and MS/MS Libraries.

    Chapter 14. The Future of LC/MS.

    Appendix A: LC/MS Frequently Asked Questions.

    Appendix B: Solvents and Volatile Buffers for LC/MS.

    Appendix C: A Guide to Structure Interpretation.

    Appendix D: A Glossary of LC/MS Terms.

    Appendix E: LC/MS Selective Reading List.

    Author InformationMARVIN C. McMASTER, PhD, is a consultant and adjunct professor of chemistry at the University of MissouriSt. Louis, teaching courses on HPLC, GC/MS, and laboratory computing. He is a former researcher and product developer for DuPont, Kraft Foods, and Ciba-Geigy, and previously worked as a technical sales support specialist for instrument companies. Dr. McMaster is the author of HPLC: A Practical User's Guide and coauthor, with Christopher McMaster, of GC/MS: A Practical User's Guide (both from Wiley).Reviews"In LC/MS: A Practical User's Guide, the author sets out to introduce LC/MS and provide some practical information for using it ... The present offering seeks to provide a practical resource for LC/MS in 150 pages ... The HPLC chapters will serve the beginning technician
    Well." (J Am Soc Mass Spectrom, 2011)
    SKU : ME77747456
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    Novel Cosmetic Delivery System

    Novel Cosmetic Delivery System
    • Novel Cosmetic Delivery System
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    SPECIAL INDIAN REPRINT !!


    Novel Cosmetic Delivery System
    edited by Shlomo Magdassi

    This innovative reference highlights the uses of delivery systems in cosmetics, analyzing new approaches for obtaining sophisticated cosmetic products and examining the most common methods for enhancing the skin's penetration properties. Covering a wide range of established and burgeoning techniques

    Novel Cosmetic Delivery Systems:

    describes the skin's effectiveness as a selective barrier to the penetration of compounds
    charts the observation, evaluation, and instrumental analysis of the biological effects of cosmetics on the skin
    discusses certain problems with product stability that hinder optimal performance
    reviews in vivo and in vitro methods for quantifying permeants within the skin
    summarizes the methods of preparing novel emulsions and vesicular carriers
    focuses on the properties and applications of PFC-based gels
    shows how cyclodextrins can be used in cosmetics
    profiles the formation and properties of particulate systems
    and more!
    With over 1200 references, tables, equations, drawings, photographs, and micrographs, Novel Cosmetic Delivery Systems will benefit cosmetic chemists, scientists, and technologists; research and development personnel in cosmetics and fragrance industries; pharmaceutical formulation, colloid, physical, and fragrance chemists; surfactant scientists; fragrance technologists; skin physiologists, pharmacists and pharmacologists; biochemists and biologists; dermatologists; toxicologists; and graduate students in these disciplines.

    Contents

    Skin and Cosmetic Vehicles
    Cosmeceutics and Delivery Systems
    The Skin and Its Permeability
    Enhancement of Skin Permeation
    Skin Hydration

    Evaluation of Cosmetic Products
    Assessing the Bioactivity of Cosmetic Products and Ingredients
    Stability Testing of Cosmetic Products
    Quantitation of Penetrant Molecules Within the Skin

    Emulsions and Surfactant Association Structures
    Multiple Emulsions
    Highly Concentrated Water-in-Oil Emulsions (Gel Emulsions)
    Fluorocarbon Gels
    Vapor Pressures of Fragrances After Application: Some Fundamental Factors

    Vesicular and Molecular Systems
    Liposomes
    Liposomes and Follicular Penetration
    Cyclodextrins in Cosmetics

    Particulate Systems
    Microcapsules in Cosmetics
    Applications of Polyvinyl Alcohol Microcapsules
    Delivery by Nylon Particles


    SKU : DA34

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    Pomegranates Ancient Roots to Modern Medicine edited by Navindra P. Seeram

    Pomegranates Ancient Roots to Modern Medicine edited by Navindra P. Seeram
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    SPECIAL INDIAN REPRINT !

    Pomegranates
    Ancient Roots to Modern Medicine
    edited by Navindra P. Seeram

    Pomegranates offers an exploration of the biochemistry, health effects, and cultivation of the pomegranate that is as authoritative as it is unparalleled.

    Features:

    • Presents the latest findings on the potential human health benefits of this exceptionally polyphenol-rich fruit
    • Includes a substantial section on commercialization and another on plant growth and improvement

    Contents

    Biochemistry

    • Pomegranate Phytochemicals
    • Antioxidative Properties of Pomegranate: In Vitro Studies
    • Bioavailability of Pomegranate Polyphenols

    Health Effects

    • Cardiovascular I: Protection against Cardiovascular Diseases
    • Cardiovascular II: Protection Against Stroke
    • Cancer I: Anticancer Potential of Pomegranate
    • Cancer II: Molecular Mechanisms of Chemoprevention of Cancer by Pomegranate
    • Cancer III: Pomegranate and Prostate Cancer Chemoprevention
    • Estrogen Studies I: Estrogenic Compounds and Lack of Estrogenic Effects In Vitro
    • Estrogen Studies II: Absence of Significant Estrogenic Effects in the Postmenopausal Population
    • Antimicrobial Activities of Pomegranate

    Commercialization

    • Commercialization of Pomegranates: Fresh Fruit, Beverages, and Botanical Extracts
    • Plant Growth and Improvement
    • Pomegranates: A Botanical Perspective
    • Postharvest Biology and Technology of Pomegranates

    Index


    SKU : DA97879655
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    Snack Foods Processing By Edmund W. Lusas, Lloyd W. Rooney

    Snack Foods Processing By Edmund W. Lusas, Lloyd W. Rooney
    • Snack Foods Processing By Edmund W. Lusas, Lloyd W. Rooney
    Approx. Price: Rs 7,850Shop Now
    Features
  • Includes every major type of savory shelf-stable snack product
  • Covers ingredients, equipment, preparation, processing, and post shaping and drying operations
  • Features contributors from leading equipment and supplier companies
  • Provides industry-based information not found in any other reference
  • Discusses sensory evaluation and quality control
  • Serves as a handy reference of ingredients specifications and process operating conditions
  • SummaryProviding a clear, comprehensive overview of the industry, Snack Foods Processing is the definitive handbook on developing, preparing, and processing shelf-stable savory snack foods. Contributors from leading companies and academic institutions provide practical information and guidance based on years of industry experience. Collectively, they review the principles and critical specifics of processing savory snacks, starting from raw materials selection and care, through types of equipment used and its proper operation, to product seasoning, and packaging.

    The book covers every major product type, including potato and corn chips, alkali-cooked corn tortilla chips, pretzels, popcorn, extruder puffed and baked/fried products, half-products, meat snacks, and rice-based snacks. It also discusses international snack foods, including those of China, India, and Japan. It details post shaping and drying operations, covering seasonings, flavorings application, product protection and packaging materials, and filling and cartoning equipment.

    Whether you are new to the field or you are a pro facing broader responsibilities, Snack Foods Processing provides valuable information gained through first-hand experience. It presents a clear introduction to the snack foods industry and its terminology and explains the technical interrelationships between the many materials and processes used in making the finished snack food. New entrants into the field will be able to confidently communicate with suppliers and associates. Managers and quality control personnel will gain a better idea of where to start in solving problems when they arise.




    Table of Contents

    Contents

  • Snack Foods Setting
    • Industry Scope
    • The Snack Industry: History, Domestic and Global Status
  • Ingredients and General Equipment
    • Food Quality of Corn
    • Alkaline-Cooked Corn Products
    • Starches for Snack Foods
    • Oils and Industrial Frying
    • Hot Air Dryers
  • Snack Foods Preparation and Dedicated Equipment
    • Potatoes and Potato Chips
    • Use of Dried Potatoes in Snack Foods
    • Tortilla Chip Processing
    • Snack Foods From Formers and High-Shear Extruders
    • Snack Foods From Cooking Extruders
    • Perfect Pretzel Production
    • Popcorn Products
    • Snack Foods of Animal Origin
    • Rice-Based Snack Foods
    • Japanese Snack Foods
    • Snack Foods of India
  • Operations After Shaping and Drying
    • Snack Food Seasonings
    • Snack Seasonings Application
    • Sensory Evaluation in Snack Foods Development and Production
    • Product Protection and Packaging Materials
    • Snack Foods Filling and Packaging
    • Evaluation Methods and Quality Control for Snacks

  • Appendices
    Index
    SKU : DA7979866
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    Sweeteners: Nutritional Aspects, Applications, and Production Technology by Theodoros Varzakas, Athanasios Labropoulos, Stylianos Anestis

    Sweeteners: Nutritional Aspects, Applications, and Production Technology by  Theodoros Varzakas, Athanasios Labropoulos, Stylianos Anestis
    • Sweeteners: Nutritional Aspects, Applications, and Production Technology by  Theodoros Varzakas, Athanasios Labropoulos, Stylianos Anestis
    Approx. Price: Rs 3,596Shop Now

    May 14, 2012 by CRC Press
    Reference - 476 Pages - 93 B/W Illustrations

    Features

    • Explores nutritional and health aspects of sweeteners in food and drinks
    • Examines risk assessment procedures for the evaluation of sweeteners
    • Discusses U.S., Japanese, and Indian regulations and other legislation worldwide
    • Analyzes environmental and health concerns of genetically modified sugar beet and high fructose corn syrup
    Summary

    Sweeteners: Nutritional Aspects, Applications, and Production Technology explores all essential aspects of sugar-based, natural non-sugar-based, and artificial sweeteners. The book begins with an overview presenting general effects, safety, and nutrition. Next, the contributors discuss sweeteners from a wide range of scientific and lifestyle perspectives.

    Topics include:

      • The chemistry and functional properties of monosaccharides, oligosaccharides, polysaccharides, and sugar polyols
      • Analytical methodologies for determining low-calorie nonnutritive sweeteners
      • Honey, syrups, and their physicochemical aspects and applications
      • Sweeteners such as "sykin" and raisin, prune, apple, and grape juice concentrate
      • Quality control, production, handling, storage, safety, legislation, and risk assessment of sweeteners
      • The impact of sweeteners and sugar alternatives on nutrition and health
      • Environmental and health concerns from the use of genetically modified (GM) herbicide-tolerant sugar beets and GM high fructose corn syrup
      • Inulin and oligofructose as soluble dietary fibers derived from chicory root

    As manufacturers strive to produce healthier and safer products with better taste, new avenues of inquiry are opening up with respect to both the sources and the processing of sweeteners. This volume provides a solid starting point for researchers and product developers in the food and beverage industry

    Table of Contents

    Sweeteners in General;
    T. Varzakas, A. Labropoulos, and S. Anestis

    Chemistry and Functional Properties of Carbohydrates and Sugars (Monosaccharides, Disaccharides, and Polysaccharides);
    Constantina Tzia, V. Giannou, D. Lebesi, and C. Chranioti

    Sugar Alcohols (Polyols);
    G. A. Evrendilek

    Low Calorie Nonnutritive Sweeteners;
    G.-P. Nikoleli and D. P. Nikolelis

    Honey;
    A. Labropoulos and S. Anestis

    Syrups;
    A. Labropoulos and S. Anestis

    Other Sweeteners;
    T. Varzakas and A. Labropoulos

    Application of Sweeteners in Food and Drinks (Bakery, Confectionery, Dairy Products, Puddings, Fruit Products, Vegetables, Beverages, Sports Drinks, Hard Candies,
    Loukoumia, Marmalades, Jams, Jellies, Baked Goods, Sorbet); T. Varzakas and B. zer

    Quality Control of Sweeteners: Production, Handling, and Storage;
    T. Varzakas

    EU, U.S., and Third World Country Regulations and Japanese Legislation;
    T. Varzakas
    Nutritional and Health Aspects of Sweeteners; T. Varzakas and C. Chryssanthopoulos
    Genetically Modified Herbicide-Tolerant Crops and Sugar BeetEnvironmental and Health Concerns; T. Varzakas and V. Pletsa
    Bulking and Fat-Replacing Agents; T. Vasiljevic and T. Varzakas
    Risk Assessment of Sweeteners Used as Food Additives; A. Mortensen and J. C. Larsen
    Index


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    Weight : 2 kg

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    Cinnamon and Cassia The Genus Cinnamomum by P. N Ravindran, K. Nirmal-Babu and M. Shylaja

    Cinnamon and Cassia The Genus Cinnamomum by P. N Ravindran, K. Nirmal-Babu and M. Shylaja
    • Cinnamon and Cassia The Genus Cinnamomum by P. N Ravindran, K. Nirmal-Babu and M. Shylaja
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    Cinnamon
    and Cassia

    The Genus Cinnamomum
    by P. N Ravindran,
    K. Nirmal-Babu
    and M. Shylaja

    Cinnamon and Cassia describes:

  • Srilankan (Ceylon) cinnamon
  • Chinese cassia
  • Indonesian cassia
  • Indian cassia
  • Camphor
  • Other useful spices of the Cinnamomum plant
  • In addition to an extensive bibliography, Cinnamon and Cassia: The Genus Cinnamomum includes an appendix listing recipes that contain cinnamon or cassia as an ingredient.

    Cinnamon and Cassia: Genus Cinnamomum will be an invaluable handbook to all professionals and students in the spice industry. This is the only major reference book available on these important spices.

    Contents

  • Botany and Crop Improvement of Cinnamon and Cassia
  • Chemistry of Cinnamon and Cassia
  • Cultivation and Management of Cinnamon
  • Harvesting, Processing, Products and Quality Assessment of Cinnamon
  • Chinese Cassia
  • Indonesian Cassia (Indonesian Cinnamon)
  • Indian Cassia
  • Camphor Tree Cinnamomum Camphora (Bercht. & Presl.)
  • Pests and Diseases of Cinnamon and Cassia
  • Pharmacology and Toxicology of Cinnamon and Cassia
  • Economics and Marketing of Cinnamon and Cassia
  • End Uses of Cinnamon
  • Cinnamon and Cassia, the Future Vision
  • Other Useful Species of Cinnamomum
  • Index


    SKU : DA57
    Weight : 1 kg

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    BEVERAGES: TECHNOLOGY, CHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY By Varnam, A., Sutherland, J.M

    BEVERAGES: TECHNOLOGY, CHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY By Varnam, A., Sutherland, J.M
    • BEVERAGES: TECHNOLOGY, CHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY By Varnam, A., Sutherland, J.M
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    Beverages
    Technology, Chemistry and Microbiology
    by Alan H. Varnam

    Beverages provides thorough and integrated coverage in a user-friendly way, and is the second of an important series dealing with major food product groups. It is an invaluable learning and teaching aid and is also of great use to the food industry and regulatory personnel.

    Contents

  • Mineral water and other bottled waters
  • Fruit juices
  • Soft drinks
  • Tea
  • Coffee
  • Cocoa and chocolate-based beverages
  • Alcoholic beverages: I. Beer
  • Alcoholic beverages: II. Wine
  • Alcoholic beverages: III. Distilled spirits
  • Index


    SKU : ST8779414
    Weight : 1 kg

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    The Science of Chocolate, 2nd Edition By Stephen Beckett

    The Science of Chocolate, 2nd Edition By Stephen Beckett
    • The Science of Chocolate, 2nd Edition By Stephen Beckett
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    Chocolate is available to today's consumers in a variety of colours, shapes and textures. But how many of us, as we savour our favourite brand, consider the science that has gone into its manufacture? This book describes the complete chocolate making process, from the growing of the beans to the sale in the shops. The Science of Chocolate first describes the history of this intriguing substance. Subsequent chapters cover the ingredients and processing techniques, enabling the reader to discover not only how confectionery is made but also how basic science plays a vital role with coverage of scientific principles such as latent and specific heat, Maillard reactions and enzyme processes. There is also discussion of the monitoring and controlling of the production process, and the importance, and variety, of the packaging used today. A series of experiments, which can be adapted to suit students of almost any age, is included to demonstrate the physical, chemical or mathematical principles involved. Ideal for those studying food science or about to join the confectionery industry, this mouth-watering title will also be of interest to anyone with a desire to know more about the production of the world's favourite confectionery.


    Stephen T. BeckettsThe Science of Chocolateis a staple on the shelves of chocolate makers everywhere. This volume takes a deep look at the mechanics and chemistry behind the chocolate making process, and integrates everything from the history of chocolate to practical issues like packaging and nutrition.

    For anyone interested in food science, the book caps off with a series of experiments that demonstrate the physical, chemical, and mathematical principles involved in the process of making chocolate from the bean. A dense but accessible resource, the volume is useful for home chocolate makers and industry professionals alike.

    Contents :

    Chapter 1 :The History of Chocolate

    Chapter 2 :Chocolate IngredientsChapter 3 :Cocoa Bean ProcessingChapter 4 :Liquid Chocolate MakingChapter 5 :Controlling the Flow Properties of Liquid ChocolateChapter 6 :Crystallising the Fat in ChocolateChapter 7 :Manufacturing Chocolate ProductsChapter 8 :Analytical TechniquesChapter 9 :Different Chocolate ProductsChapter 10 :Legislation, Shelf Life and PackagingChapter 11 :Nutrition and HealthChapter 12 :Experiments with Chocolate and Chocolate ProductsGlossarySubject index

    SKU : DA887978888
    Weight : 1 kg

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    Qualitative Analysis Of Flavor And Fragrance Volatiles By Glass Capillary Gas Chromatography By Walter Jennings

    Approx. Price: Rs 7,500.00Shop Now

    Rare Book ! Second Hand Copy - Good Condition

    Qualitative Analysis of Flavor and Fragrance Volatiles by Glass Capillary Gas Chromatography

    Author(s):

    Walter Jennings
    Shibamoto

    Qualitative Analysis of Flavor and Fragrance Volatiles by Glass Capillary Gas Chromatography deals with the application of glass capillary gas chromatography to qualitative analysis of flavor and fragrance volatiles.

    Topics range from gas chromatographic system requirements and retention indices to selective detectors, ancillary reactions, and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.

    This text is comprised of six chapters; the first of which provides an overview of the use of glass capillary gas chromatography in qualitative analysis of flavor and fragrance volatiles. The discussion then turns to gas chromatographic system requirements with respect to columns, inlets, detectors, and temperature control. The reader is also introduced to the Kovats retention index system, which utilizes a logarithmic scale to describe the retention behavior of a compound relative to that of the n-paraffin hydrocarbons. The use of selective detectors, such as thermal conductivity, flame ionization, nitrogen-phosphorus, electron capture, and photoionization detectors in qualitative analysis, is also considered.

    The final two chapters focus on ancillary reactions in glass capillary gas chromatography and general considerations in gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, including interfacing.


    This book is intended primarily for researchers involved in studies of the volatile constituents of fragrances, food, and natural products.

    Table of Contents

    Front Cover1
    Qualitative Analysis of Flavor and Fragrance Volatiles by Glass Capillary Gas Chromatography4
    Copyright Page5
    Table of Contents6
    Preface8
    PART A: ANALYTICAL CONSIDERATIONS10

    Chapter I. Introduction
    10

    Chapter II. Gas Chromatographic System Requirements
    11
    A. Columns11
    B. Inlets14
    C. Detectors17
    D. Temperature Control17

    Chapter III. Retention Indices

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    Weight : 1 kg

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