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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Researchers created a perfume for sweaty conditions

Researchers from Queen's University Ionic Liquid Laboratories (Quill) research center developed a system that allows the perfume release more scent in humid conditions.
Scientists have developed a perfume that smells stronger the hotter you get. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1IjcCKm)
This means, the scent of a person's body will be fragrant in conjunction with the growing number of sweat. This system was created to incorporate the fragrances into the odorless ionic liquids (liquid salt).

These "Ionic liquids" are then issued aroma when in contact with water, allowing more perfume out of the skin of the wearer. According to the researchers, the system is also able to eliminate body odor due to perspiration. Thiol compounds responsible for the sweat drawn by ionic liquids, so it loses its potency.

"This is a breakthrough system that uses the latest ionic liquid to remove the material. Not only has the potential for commercial purposes, eg for the perfume and cosmetic creams, but this system can also be used for other areas of knowledge-science," said Dr. Nimal Gunaratne, head of the project as reported on the public pages of Queen's University Belfast. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DAILYMAIL]
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