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My question(s) is(are) actually larger...What is the chemical structure of simple perfumes and is it possible to make a simple perfume from chemicals available in a lab setting? Is there a common base for all perfumes? I'm not sure if this involves aromatic benzene rings or not but I've been told so and I was hoping that it might be related to organic chemistry or biochemical structures. If you could shed some light I'd appreciate it. (if it is a ring or chain, a haworth or structural formula would be nice) Thank you Marc
Re: What is the chemical structure of perfume?
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