odourant

odourant

adective Referring to an odour; odorous.
 
noun A nonspecific term for anything with an odour.
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2] The gas is odourless and colourless, but an odourant is added to the container before sale.
They used 128 different odourant molecules to concoct their mixtures.
However, 2,4decadienal is considered as a more important odourant for chicken flavour compared to hexanal due to its much lower odour threshold (Shi and Ho, 1994).
Another important odourant in chicken broth, 2-furfurylthiol, is formed from the reaction between furfural and cysteine (Shi and Ho, 1994).
It said minimum odourant level was laid down by law and monitored by the Health and Safety Executive.
Transco said too much odourant caused false alarms, diverting resources from genuine emergencies.
Developed by researchers at Imperial Oil Resources in Calgary, the TekSCENT system uses a patented chemical odourant and specially-trained dogs to detect leaks.
However, an excessive amount of odourant was added to the natural gas at one of our odourizing stations in the lower mainland at 1:30 this morning.
For safety reasons, anyone who detects the smell of odourant should immediately contact BC Gas.
difference in Lavender (2001) stress/arousal scores odourants were (Motomura, between stress and associated Sakurai, stress/lavender with reduced and Yotsuya condition and between mental stress 2001) Japan stress only and non-stress condition (p< 0.
Awaken olfactory receptors of humans and experimental animals by coffee odourants to induce appetite.
The above-listed as well as other chemicals separated from LPs such as various polyphenols, glyco- and glycerylaldehydes, esters, and others can be used in the manufacturing of drugs, odourants, glues, and plasticizers [90, 91].