The ScenTree classification is based on in-depth research in perfume science. Our sources of reference on raw materials are included in the bibliography below:



  • K.V. Peter. WP Woodhead Publishing. "Handbook of herbs and spices - Volume 1". 2nd Edition, 2012. 634 pages. ISBN 978-0-85709-039-3
  • K.V. Peter. WP Woodhead Publishing. "Handbook of herbs and spices - Volume 2". 2nd Edition, 2012. 634 pages. ISBN 978-0-85709-040-9
  • P. Franchomme, R. Jollois, D. Péonël. Editions Roger Jollois. "L'aromathérapie exactement" 2001. 510 pages. ISBN: 2-87819-001-7
  • P. Franchomme. Edition TREDANIEL LA MAISNIE. "La science des huiles essentielles médicinales." 2015. 580 pages. ISBN : 978-2813207630
  • A.O. Tucker, T. Debaggio. Edited by Francesco DeBaggio. "The encyclopedia of herbs - a comprehensive reference to herbs of flavor and fragrance" 2009. 605 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0-88192-994-2
  • “A list of cultivated plants yielding aroma substances”, 4 pages.
  • Nawal Saïchi, Philippe Durand, Institut Klorane, Edititons Pierre Fabre, “Guide des conifères et espèces apparentées”, 2009, 67 pages. Code 458 125
  • Asja Sarkic, Iris Stappen, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Vienna, “Essential Oils ans Their Single Compounds in Cosmetics”, 2018, 21 pages.
  • United Nations Industrial Development Organization, K. Tuley De Silva, “A Manual on The Essential Oil Industry”, 1995, 231 pages, ISBN : 978-9-2110-6437-7
  • Dr Robert P. Adams, Baylor University, “Identification Of Essential Oil Components By Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry”, Edition 4.1, 2017, 809 pages. ISBN : 978-1-932633-21-4


  • Horst Surburg, Johannes Panten, “Common Fragrance and Flavor Materials”, 5th edition, completely revised and enlarged edition 2006. 325 pages. ISBN: 3-527-31315-X.
  • Michael and Irene Ash, Synapse Information Resources, Inc., “Handbook of Flavors and Fragrances”, 2006, 1790 pages. ISBN: 1-934764-28-0
  • Charles Sell Quest International, Ashford, Kent, “The Chemistry of Fragrances, From Perfumer to Consumer 2nd Edition”, 2006, 348 pages. ISBN-10: 0-85404-824-3
  • David H. Pybus, Charles Sell, Sales and Promotion Department, The Royal Society of Chemistry, “The Chemistry of Fragrances”, 1999, 297 pages. ISBN 0-85404-528-7
  • Günther Ohloff, Wilhelm Pickenhagen, Philip Kraft, NHCA, Verlag Helvetica Chimica Acta, Zürich (Switzerland), “Scent and Chemistry, The Molecular World of Odors”, 2012, 418 pages. ISBN-10: 3906390667
  • Sue Clarke, Elseiver Limited, “Essential Chemistry for Aromatherapy”, First Edition 2002, 302 pages. ISBN : 978-0-4431-0403-9
  • Charles S. Sell, Wiley Edition, “Chemistry and Sense of Smell”, 2014, 471 pages. ISBN : 978-0-470-55130-1
  • Ernst T. Theimer, Academic Press Inc. (London), “Fragrance Chemistry The Science of the Sense of Smell”, United Kingdom Edition, 1982, 631 pages. ISBN : 978-1-2993-6448-6
  • Armanino, N., Charpentier, J., Flachsmann, F., Goeke, A., Liniger, M. and Kraft, P. (2020), What's Hot, What's Not: The Trends of the Past 20 Years in the Chemistry of Odorants . Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.. doi:10.1002/anie.202005719


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