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  • Description: perfumes
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    • New soap perfums

    • Aromatics-synthetic perfumes
    • New soap perfume sin the making. In the chemists laboratory, a miniature soap machine turns out hundreds of cakes of soap. Perfume to be tested is incorporated in the soap while it is mixed in the plodder. Cast in a die, the soap cakes are...
    • Perfume compounds

    • Aromatics-synthetic perfumes
    • Some perfumes are compounded from as many as sixty ingredients. The number of items in a compounding laboratory many reach into thousands. The young woman shown here is not only an expert on which of these items can be used successfully for...
    • Crystallized new mown hay

    • Aromatics-synthetic perfumes
    • Crystallized new mown hay-coumarin crystals. This odor synthetically compounded adds a sweet note to many perfumes. Shown here in concentrated form, it occurs naturally in several plants and traces of it present in hay impart to it the peculiar...
    • Perfume research

    • Aromatics-synthetic perfumes
    • About two dozen constituents, besides terpineol, combine to make synthetic lilac perfume. Mr. Theodore Hoffman, director of the DuPont perfume laboratories and an outstanding authority on perfumes, is shown at the scales of his laboratory...
    • Perfume research

    • Aromatics-synthetic perfumes
    • Theodore Hoffman, director of the DuPont perfume laboratories and an outstanding authority on perfumes, applies the last test to a bottle of perfume-which depends on the olfactory sense and not on formulas, at the New Brunswick, New Jersey factory...
    • Synthetic musk

    • Aromatics-synthetic perfumes
    • The process by which musk is formed in the body of the musk deer is recapitulated in the making of synthetic musk by the chemist. It is probably that natural musk is formed in the animal by transformation of fats or oils. Here, treated castor oil...
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1941]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Nylon; Plastics industry; Cigarettes; Cement industries; Advertisements; Perfumes; Paint industry;
    • Table of Contents: Nylon tells a story; Soldiers and cigarettes; Government house, Nassau; Portland cement; Salt, science, service; Art in advertising; Footnote to sulfanilamide; Test tube perfumes; Fall, the ideal time to paint.
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1937]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Textile industry; Paint industry; Fashion industry; Mining; Ammunition industry; Quarrying;
    • Table of Contents: Synthetics in perfumes; Carnauba wax; Big-game bullets; Kentucky's kyrock; Plastics in powder form; 3,000,000,000 doughnuts a year; Color stays on at the Waldorf; Potpourri; Going places.
    • The CPC Book [1921]

    • Catalogs; Products and packaging;
    • "Briefly and concisely descrives the CPC line of perfumes, toilet waters, sachet powders, toilet preperations, soaps, dentrifices, flavorings, and household specialties."

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