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Perfume

Dorman, Evelyn. "Perfume." How Products Are Made. N.p.: n.p., 1996. Encyclopedia.com. Web. 24 Mar. 2016.

Lines 80-83:

"Each essential oil and perfume has three notes: "Notes de tete," or top notes, "notes de coeur," central or heart notes, and "notes de fond," base notes. Top notes have tangy or citrus-like smells; central notes (aromatic flowers like rose and jasmine) provide body, and base notes (woody fragrances) provide an enduring fragrance"

suggest that a combination of "notes" are used because of

A

evaporation.

B

pricing.

C

processing.

D

blending.