Why Do Roses Smell So Sweet?

  • Published7 Apr 2015
  • Reviewed7 Apr 2015
  • Source American Chemical Society

One minor chemical change can turn the sweet smell of a rose sour. Chemist Raychelle Burks explains why in this episode of Get to Know a Molecule.


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