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Chemistry and Biology of Volatiles, The  By
2010 | 418 Pages | ISBN: 0470777788 | PDF | 11 MB
"Coming to a conclusion, this wonderful, informative and very interesting book presents an excellent overview of small volatile organic compounds and their role in our life and environment. Really fascinating is the entirety of scientific disciplines which were addressed by this book." -Flavour and Fragrance Journal, 2011 "... this book deserves to be a well-used reference in the library of any laboratory specialising in VOC". -Chemistry World, 2011 Volatile compounds are molecules with a relatively low molecular weight allowing for an efficient evaporation into the air. They are found in many areas of our everyday-life: they are responsible for the communication between species such as plants, insects or mammals; they serve as flavours or fragrances in many food products or perfumed consumer articles; and they play an important role in atmospheric chemistry.  This book takes an interdisciplinary approach to volatile molecules. Review-style introductions to the main topics in volatile chemistry and biology are provided by international experts, building into a broad overview of this fascinating field.Topics covered include:The structural variety of volatile compounds Biogeneration of volatiles Synthesis of natural and non-natural volatiles                                                                                                                                                                                   Analysis of volatiles Volatile compounds as semiochemicals in plant-plant or plant-insect interactions Volatiles in pest control Pheromones and the influence of volatiles on mammals Olfaction and human perception Volatiles as fragrances The generation of flavours and food aroma compounds Stabilisation and controlled release of volatiles The impact of volatiles on the environment and the atmosphere Content: Chapter 1 Volatiles - An Interdisciplinary Approach (pages 1-10): Andreas HerrmannChapter 2 Biosynthesis and Emission of Isoprene, Methylbutanol and Other Volatile Plant Isoprenoids (pages 11-47): Hartmut K. LichtenthalerChapter 3 Analysis of the Plant Volatile Fraction (pages 49-93): Patrizia Rubiolo, Barbara Sgorbini, Erica Liberto, Chiara Cordero and Carlo BicchiChapter 4 Plant Volatile Signalling: Multitrophic Interactions in the Headspace (pages 95-122): Andre Kessler and Kimberly MorrellChapter 5 Pheromones in Chemical Communication (pages 123-149): Kenji MoriChapter 6 Use of Volatiles in Pest Control (pages 151-172): J. Richard M. Thacker and Margaret R. TrainChapter 7 Challenges in the Synthesis of Natural and Non?Natural Volatiles (pages 173-202): Anthony A. BirkbeckChapter 8 The Biosynthesis of Volatile Sulfur Flavour Compounds (pages 203-229): Meriel G. JonesChapter 9 Thermal Generation of Aroma?Active Volatiles in Food (pages 231-252): Christoph CernyChapter 10 Human Olfactory Perception (pages 253-289): Alan GelperinChapter 11 Perfumery - The Wizardry of Volatile Molecules (pages 291-305): Christophe LaudamielChapter 12 Microencapsulation Techniques for Food Flavour (pages 307-332): Youngjae Byun, Young Teck Kim, Kashappa Goud H. Desai and Hyun Jin ParkChapter 13 Profragrances and Properfumes (pages 333-362): Andreas HerrmannChapter 14 Reactions of Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds in the Atmosphere (pages 363-388): Russell K. Monson

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