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  • Hydroxycitronellal

    Gerald Ghislain

    Posted on April 10 2019

    Hydroxycitronellal

    Certain flowers in perfumery are considered "mute". This means that it's impossible to extract the necessary amount of essential oil from the flower itself.

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  • April 15, 1874: How impressive!

    Gerald Ghislain

    Posted on April 10 2019

    April 15, 1874: How impressive!

    The young artist impressionist movement was as short lived as the innovative movement but marked a turning point in the history of art.

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  • April 7, 1795: One meter measures one meter

    Gerald Ghislain

    Posted on April 10 2019

    April 7, 1795: One meter measures one meter

    While today, one meter measures one meter, two centuries ago, this phenomenon was revolutionary!

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  • Restaurant to be:
    the Nicole Flamel Inn

    Gerald Ghislain

    Posted on March 06 2019

    Restaurant to be: the Nicole Flamel Inn

    Welcome to the oldest Inn in Paris. For over 600 years, the Nicola Flamel Inn, the most famous alchemist in Paris, offers authentic French cuisine in a romantic setting filled with history.

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  • Aldehyde

    Gerald Ghislain

    Posted on March 06 2019

    Aldehyde

    Aldehyde was discovered in 1835, and is categorized by the length of its carbon chain (the number of carbon atoms present in a molecule). The length of this chain varies between 1 and 12 carbon atoms.

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