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    • OMAR M. JACALNEChemistry TeacherSAMPAGUITA NATIONALHIGH SCHOOL – MAINCAMPUS
    • Laboratory ActivityFormulating AHomogeneousChemical System
    • IntroductionFragrances used in perfumery are usually composed ofseveral essential oils. Because of this combination ofseveral materials in fragrances, every perfume normallyhas NOTES.• Top Note – this is the perceptible note or the firstimpression of odor out of the bottle.• Middle Note – Body or Middle Note – this is themain characteristic or overall odor of the perfume. Ithas a much longer life on the skin than the Top Note.• Back Note – this contains the fixative and long-lasting ingredients that is noticed only after severalhours. This is important for giving the tenacity orlasting impression of the perfume.
    • MaterialsPercentage10% Fragrance Oil1-2% Fixative (Muscol)1% Dipropylene Glycol (DPG)78 % Triple Distilled Alcohol9-10 % Distilled WaterFor 300 mL 10 % by vol. (Eu DeToilette)30 mL Fragrance Oil6mL Fixative (Muscol)3mL Dipropylene Glycol (DPG)234 mL Triple Distilled Alcohol27 mL Distilled WaterPipette/Medicine Dropper Erlenmeyer FlaskStirring rod (glass) 100 mL Graduated CylinderSyringe 500 mL Beaker10-30mL Perfume Bottle FunnelAmber bottle(for perfume aging)Eu De Toilette 8 to 15%
    • MaterialsPercentage20% Fragrance Oil1-2% Fixative (Muscol)1% Dipropylene Glycol (DPG)68 % Triple Distilled Alcohol9-10 % Distilled WaterFor 300 mL 20 % by vol. (Eu DeToilette)60 mL Fragrance Oil3-6mL Fixative (Muscol)3mL Dipropylene Glycol(DPG)204 mL Triple Distilled Alcohol27-30 mL Distilled WaterPipette/Medicine Dropper Erlenmeyer FlaskStirring rod (glass) 100 mL Graduated CylinderSyringe 500 mL Beaker10-30mL Perfume Bottle FunnelAmber bottle(for perfume aging)Eu De Parfum 16 to 30%
    • Procedure1. Pour 30 mL of Fragrance oil in anErlenmeyer flask. Then add 3 mL ofFixative and mixed thoroughly.2. Put 3 mL of Dipropylene Glycolinto the solution then stir until ituniforms.3. Measure 234 mL of Triple DistilledAlcohol in a beaker and pour it gentlywhile stirring.
    • Procedure4. Finally add 27 mL of Distilled waterinto the solution and stir until itthoroughly mixed.5. Put your perfume in an amber bottle toprotect it from light.6. Put your perfume in refrigerator atabout 3-150 C for Seven (7) days for theaging process.After seven (7) days put your perfume in asprayer perfume bottle and you have now
    • Definitions1.Perfumery – the process and industryof making perfumes2.Perfume – substances usually made ofcombinations of fragrance oils that giveoff agreeable scent.3.Fixative – are substances that increasesthe lasting power of fragrances.Example: tonalide or muscol.
    • Definitions4. Aging Process – is the configurationof the perfume components toachieve its stability.5. Dipropylene Glycol (DPG) - givesthe perfumes its oily yet non-greasyeffect. It also enhance the fragranceoils. (optional in perfume-making).
    • Notes1. Do not put too much Dipropylene Glycol(DPG), a fragrance enhancer can destroy thequality of your perfume if it is greater than therequired amount.2. Too much fixative may also destroy yourfragrance oil the way DPG can. Do not puthigher than 2% by volume.3. Perfume shall be put in an amber bottle foraging process to protect it from light. Hydro-Alcohol Perfumes turns cloudy when exposeto direct heat or sunlight; they are photo-active and should not exceed 350C.4. Follow the instructions carefully.
    • OMAR M. JACALNEChemistry TeacherSAMPAGUITA NATIONALHIGH SCHOOL – MAINCAMPUS
    • LABORATORY ACTIVITYFORMULATING ACOLLOIDALDI-POLAR CHEMICALSYSTEM
    • Materials1kg Surfactant (CFAS or SLS) 250g industrial salt30ml antibacterial 160ml CDEA30ml scent oil 100 ml GraduatedCylinder60ml diluted colorant (as desired) 500 ml Beaker10-1L PET Bottle 9L water100-120ml LABS 120ml Water100-120ml TEA StirrerContainer (that can accommodate 10 L or higher)
    • ProcedureSet-up A1. Put the LABS in a beaker andadd 120ml water, then stir.2. Add the TEA stir until ithomogenized. Then set asidefor the next procedure.
    • ProcedureSet-up B1. Put the 9 L of water in acontainer then dissolve thesurfactant until homogenized.2. Add the CDEA stir until ithomogenized. Then set asidefor the next procedure.
    • Procedure1. Put Set-up A into Set-up B. stirthoroughly to mix them well.2. Add (while stirring) the scentoil, colorant, antibacterial andthe industrial salt.3. Set aside for 24 hours or assoon as it turn crystal clearthen put it in the PET bottle.
    • Notes1. LABS (Linear Alkyl-Benzene Sulphonate) is anactive substance and needed to beneutralized.2. Make sure that the industrial salt are mixedthoroughly to form a crystal clear colloidalsystem.3. Do not put too much industrial salt in order tohave an ideal water-soluble di-polar chemicalsystem.4. Do not use tubig-poso because in containsdissolved metals and other minerals that mightaffect your chemical system.5. Follow the instructions carefully.