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aromatic

Chemistry (of an organic compound) having an unsaturated ring containing alternating double and single bonds, esp containing a benzene ring; exhibiting aromaticity

aromatic

[¦ar·ə¦mad·ik]
(organic chemistry)
Pertaining to or characterized by the presence of at least one benzene ring.
Describing those compounds having physical and chemical properties resembling those of benzene.
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Researchers found that the aroma of an aqueous pineapple juice model solution based on these natural odorant concentrations perfectly resembled the aroma of the original juice, which indicated that the key aroma compounds were included in the solution.
You'll have everything needed for adding 3 Hop Blast containers with aroma hop pellets to a pint of beer and have the hoppiest aroma beer of your life.
The purpose of the work is to identify aroma compounds responsible for the sensory properties of fruit beverages and analyze how they may affect taste perception (sweet, acid and bitter).
Lincoln, a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), has collaborated with master perfumer, Rene Morgenthaler, to develop an aroma called 'Essence of Lincoln'.
This aroma is perfect for attracting the carrion beetles that pollinate this plant.
DDG has enlisted the help of Air Aroma, an international scent design and fragrance systems company with over 16 years of experience helping companies implement scent as part of their overall branding strategy, providing scent marketing solutions, fragrances and technologies.
Aroma is, of course, part of what we perceive as flavor.
O'Fallon brewmaster Brian Owens said he created Zeke's because he wanted an "easy to drink beer with a rich, full hop aroma and flavor.
Aroma helps to preserve information processing resources of the brain in healthy subjects but not in temporal lobe epilepsy.
Aroma PLC has opened a new manufacturing facility in Sofia Bulgaria.
Washington, January 10 ( ANI ): Whole wheat bread could be given a more appetizing aroma and taste by controlling the amounts of a single chemical compound that appears in the staple food, which nutritionists regard as more healthful than its refined white counterpart.