CELEBRATE CHEMISTRY WEEK: Interview with a Perfume Maker

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CELEBRATE CHEMISTRY WEEK: Eleven year old Paige interviews an international perfume expert to find out more about the science that goes into creating a fragrance.

Links to fun websites include How to make your own perfume, fun chemistry sites and recommended books and kits. Click on to the Learning Corner for questions and activities.

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Other Fun Websites

  • Perfume Recipe

    Make your own personal scent. Here's an easy recipe to make your own perfume.

  • Something to Think About

    Do the Eyes Have It?

    Some people have a photographic memory and can memorize anything they see almost instantly! Wouldn't that make homework easy? Other people can remember almost anything they hear. Try this experiment from Science News for Kids to see which type of memory you have.

  • Chem Shorts American Chemical Society offers fun experiments for kids. Click on this chemistry website for kids.
  • Janice VanCleave

    Can I make my own perfume? How do we smell perfume? What are scent notes? What is the difference between perfume and cologne? Do you have questions about the chemistry of perfume? ASK JANICE, author of more than fifty books on science, science fair projects, and math. Visit her Fun Science Website.

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