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Essential Chemistry for Aromatherapy
by Sue Clarke
This new edition of ESSENTIAL CHEMISTRY FOR SAFE AROMATHERAPY provides an accessible account of the key theoretical aspects of chemistry and their application into the safe practice of aromatherapy. For readers with a limited science background, this book offers a clear and concisely written guide to essential information in chemistry. For practitioners, the book applies c ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published February 5th 2009 by Churchill Livingstone
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Nov 19, 2015 Barefoot Dragonfly rated it really liked it
Worth considering when studying aromatic chemistry, Clarke's book contains a variety of resources that other volumes may lack. Students will appreciate the images of molymod chemical structures for their three-dimension representations. When paired with a modern book like Tisserand and Young's Essential Oil Safety volume two manual this book can be a useful tool in learning aromatic chemistry and applying this knowledge in a professional practice.