However, few volatiles
may have actually been lost because the velocity needed to escape the Earth's gravity is quite high," said Canup.
At 24 hours, there was a 49% loss of volatiles
from pure chocolate, a 68% loss from sweet chocolate, and an 82% loss of the compounds from milk chocolate.
But a pot with a young tomato plant, and even a cup of perfume made of tomato volatiles
, did attract the seedlings (see movie at www.
Molten aluminum is much more volatile
than molten steel, so some contaminants do more than spoil the chemistry.
This is so although Indonesia is a large agricultural country which is known as one of the world's leading producer of volatile
Vacuum venting is used on many sheet extruders to draw off residual monomers, other volatile
organic compounds, and moisture.
test is one of the most difficult tests to perform in a sand lab because it depends on time, temperature and sample weight.
The measurement of volatiles
in fish is not common, even though volatiles
are a pervasive pollutant in rivers and other water bodies," said James Mueller, president of CEP.
Pheromones and the influence of volatiles
Their research provides further insight into the volatiles
and flavors that can occur in SMP during aging.
Not only do the volatiles
in botanical scents attract pollinators and delight the human nose, he notes, but they also serve to protect plants from pathogens and pests.
Following the Preface, Contents are: Section 1 - Flavour of Biological Origin including: Role of Diet and Environment in the Natural Flavours of Seafoods; Volatile
Acids and Nitrogen in Prawn Powder; Screening for and Control of Debittering Properties of Cheese Cultures; Co-oxidation of Caratenoids by Lipoxygenase in Tomatoes; Composition of Volatile
Constituents in Tarragon at Different Vegetative Periods; Biochemical Pathways for the Formation of Esters in Ripening Fruit; Volatile
Components of Spoiled Dry-Cured Hams; Analysis of Volatiles
of Kecap Manis (a typical Indonesian Soy Sauce); New Flavour Compounds of Cucumis melo L.