To begin, we shall distinguish the“odor” attached to any substance, even if it is not detectable, from the “perceived odor” of a substance resulting from the composition of the “odor” of said substance and the “odor” of the environment in which it is immersed (generally air), which we suppose even though it may be odorless.
A Mathematical Model For Odors Applied To Binary Odor Mixtures
June 1, 2006
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