Odor impact of volatiles emitted from marijuana, cocaine, heroin and their surrogate scentsData in Brief
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AbstractVolatile compounds emitted into headspace from illicit street drugs have been identified, but until now odor impact of these compounds have not been reported. Data in support of identification of these compounds and their odor impact to human nose are presented. In addition, data is reported on odor detection thresholds for canines highlighting differences with human ODTs and needs to address gaps in knowledge. New data presented here include: (1) compound identification, (2) gas chromatography (GC) column retention times, (3) mass spectral data, (4) odor descriptors from 2 databases, (5) human odor detection thresholds from 2 databases, (6) calculated odor activity values, and (7) subsequent ranking of compounds by concentration and ranking of compounds by odor impact (reported as calculated odor activity values).
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Citation InformationSomchai Rice and Jacek A. Koziel. "Odor impact of volatiles emitted from marijuana, cocaine, heroin and their surrogate scents" Data in Brief Vol. 5 (2015) p. 653 - 706
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