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Page 21 eliminate phrase "which was renamed Uniqema" 11 lines from bottom
Page 28 Figure 14 click link
Page 79 Figure 2C click link
Page 93 reaction product   (2n+2)H2O + 2n CO2  (eliminate extra "+" sign)
Page 103 titration reactants   NaOCl +2KI + 2CH3COOH
Page 105 in chlorine analysis, potassium iodide 5% aq solution
Page 113 Table 1 Acetone             O
Page 120 Figure 7 Reverse "A" and "B" in figure
Page 133 Figure 3C click link
Page 133 Figure 3E click link
Page 140 Figure 2 click link
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Billot, M. & Wells, F.V., Perfume Technology:  Art * Science * Industry, Ellis Horwood, 1975.
Calkin, Robert R. & Jellinek, J. Stephan, Perfumery: Practice and Principles, Wiley Interscience, 1994.
Jellinek, J. Stephan, The Use of Fragrance in Consumer Products, Wiley Interscience, 1975.
Muller P.M and Lamparsky, D, eds.,  Perfumes: Art Science & Technology Elsevior Science, 1991.
Sell,Charles S. & Pybus, David H., eds., The Chemistry of Fragrances, RSC, 1999.
Theimer, Ernest, ed., Fragrance Chemistry: The Science of the Sense of Smell, Academic Press, 1982.


Balsam, M.S. and Sagarin, Edward, Cosmetics: Science and Technology, 2nd Ed., Wiley-Interscience, 1972.
DeNavarre, Maison, The Chemistry and Manufacture of Cosmetics, 2nd Ed.,Allured, 1988.
Wilkinson, J.B., and Moore, R.J., eds., Harrys Cosmeticology, 1st American Ed., Chemical Publishing, 1982.

Page 155 add to Chapter 10 references Barry, Richard H., Depilatories, in Sagarin op. cit.
Page 156 Chapter 11 references  Meder, not Medar