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Chemistry of Essential Oils and Perfumes Voll 1 & 2

Chemistry of Essential Oils and Perfumes Voll 1 & 2

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VOLUME
I.
THE
CHEMISTRY
OF
ESSENTIAL OILS
AND
ARTIFICIAL
PERFUMES
BY
ERNEST
J.
PARRY
B.Sc.
(LOND.),
F.I.C,
F.C.S.
\n
f
GRAY'S
INN,
BARRISTKK-AT-LAWAUTHOR
OF
"FOOD
AND
DRUGS,"
"THE
CHEMISTRY
OF
PIGMENTS,"
LTC.
FOURTH
EDITION,
REVISED
AND
ENLARGED
VOLUME
I.
MONOGRAPHS
ON
ESSENTIAL
OILS
WITH
FIFTY.TWO
ILLUSTRATIONS
LONDON
SCOTT, GREENWOOD
AND SON
8
BROADWAY, LUDGATE,
E.G.4
1921
[All
rights
reserved]
NEW
YORK
D. VAN
NOSTRAND COMPANY
EIGHT
WARREN
STREET
 
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL
NOTE.
First
Edition (Demy
8vo)
1899
Second
Edition, Revised
and
Enlarged (Demy
8vo)
1908
Third
Edition,
Revised
and
Enlarged
to Two
Volumes
(Royal
8vo),
of
which
this
is
Volume
I
May,
1918
Fourth Edition
(Vol.
I.),
Revised
and
Enlarged
....
April,
1921
PRINTED
IN
GREAT
BRITAIN
BY
THE
ABERDEEN
UNIVERSITY
PRESS
LTD.,
ABERDEEN.
 
PREFACE
TO THE
THIRD EDITION.
THE
mass
of
accumulated information
in
regard
to
essential oils
and
their constituents
has
necessitated
the
division
of
this work
into
two volumes. The present volume deals entirely with theessential oils themselves
in a
series
of
monographs.
The
second volume covers
the
necessary ground relating
to
the
analyses
of
essential oils
and the
characters
of
their isolated
constituents.
Italso deals with
artificial
aromatic bodies which
are
not present in essential oils, but which
form
the groundwork
of
synthetic perfumery.
It is
believed*
that this
division
of the
subject
will
be
found
more convenient than
the
arrangement
of
the subject-matter in
previous editions.
I
have
to
acknowledge
my
indebtedness
to
Messrs. Baker
and
Smith
of the
Technological Museum, Sydney,
who
have been
exceedingly
kind
in
placing much information
and
several illustra-
tions
at my
disposal.
*
I am
also indebted
to M. Gattefosse,
Messrs. Eoure-Bertrand
Fils,
the
Monopoly Bureau
of the
Government
of
Formosa,
the
Indian
Forestry
Department, the Editor of the
Chemist and
Druggist,
and the
Editor
of the
Perfumery
and
Essential
Oil
Record
for
permission
to
reproduce numerous illustrations
and
much
useful
information.
EENEST
J.
PAEEY.
56A
GREAT DOVER
STREET,
LONDON,
S.E.,
April,
1918.
74000