Advances in Flavours and Fragrances: From the Sensation to by Karl A D Swift

By Karl A D Swift

This e-book is a compilation of 16 of the twenty papers provided on the 2001 RSC/SCI flavours and fragrances convention at Scarman condominium, collage of Warwick.

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