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Fragrance-release Property of β-Cyclodextrin Inclusion Compounds and their Application in Aromatherapy

Fragrance-release Property of β-Cyclodextrin Inclusion Compounds and their Application in... Fragrance compounds and essential oils are chosen carefully taking advantage ofresearch works in aromatherapy. Considering their volatile nature, the fragrancemolecules have to be formed as inclusion compounds with cyclodextrin molecules inorder to retain fragrances for a long time. To prepare aromatherapeutic textiles,β-cyclodextrin is the first choice as the host molecule, becauseβ-cyclodextrin molecules are capable of forming inclusion compounds withorganic compounds that fit into their own cone-shaped hydrophobic cavities. As aresult of the inclusion, the physicochemical properties of the compounds arechanged; for example, the vapor pressure of the volatile substance is reduced andthe stabilities against light and air are enhanced. The functional textile with the“guest-host” effect may be achieved by anchoring the inclusioncompound. The sedative effects for emotion and the pharmaceutical effects ofessential oils are shown in detail. X-ray powder diffraction spectrum shows thatlavender oils can form inclusion compounds with β-cyclodextrin. The effectsof the nature of essential oils, such as detection threshold and tenacity on thefragrance-release property are discussed. The inclusion compounds are fixed ontofabric by the traditional pad method to obtain the medical textile with aromatherapyeffect. The results of sensorial evaluations shows that the perfume of the fabricscan last for more than 30 days. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Industrial Textiles SAGE

Fragrance-release Property of β-Cyclodextrin Inclusion Compounds and their Application in Aromatherapy

Journal of Industrial Textiles , Volume 34 (3): 10 – Jan 1, 2005

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1528-0837
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1530-8057
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10.1177/1528083705049050
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Abstract

Fragrance compounds and essential oils are chosen carefully taking advantage ofresearch works in aromatherapy. Considering their volatile nature, the fragrancemolecules have to be formed as inclusion compounds with cyclodextrin molecules inorder to retain fragrances for a long time. To prepare aromatherapeutic textiles,β-cyclodextrin is the first choice as the host molecule, becauseβ-cyclodextrin molecules are capable of forming inclusion compounds withorganic compounds that fit into their own cone-shaped hydrophobic cavities. As aresult of the inclusion, the physicochemical properties of the compounds arechanged; for example, the vapor pressure of the volatile substance is reduced andthe stabilities against light and air are enhanced. The functional textile with the“guest-host” effect may be achieved by anchoring the inclusioncompound. The sedative effects for emotion and the pharmaceutical effects ofessential oils are shown in detail. X-ray powder diffraction spectrum shows thatlavender oils can form inclusion compounds with β-cyclodextrin. The effectsof the nature of essential oils, such as detection threshold and tenacity on thefragrance-release property are discussed. The inclusion compounds are fixed ontofabric by the traditional pad method to obtain the medical textile with aromatherapyeffect. The results of sensorial evaluations shows that the perfume of the fabricscan last for more than 30 days.

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Journal of Industrial TextilesSAGE

Published: Jan 1, 2005

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