نت پایه = Base note 

نت پایه = Base note

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گردآوری، ترجمه و نگارش: احسان حُسنانی




چکیده: معادل انگلیسی کلمه یا واژه نت پایه، Base Note می باشد.

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نت پایه = Base Note
Base note = نت پایه ای، سنگین ترین بخش رایحه یک عطر

Base note: The term for the heaviest ingredients, molecularly, in a perfume formula, as well as those that one may notice after the top notes and heart notes. Base notes help to fix other notes in the perfume formula (i.e. make them last longer); they enhance the scent of other ingredients; and, in some cases, they impart their own scent. (intothegloss.com)
Ambergris: A highly prized base note rarely used in non-synthetic form because of its rarity and cost. Why is it so expensive? Because of its origins: The sperm whale eats cuttlefish, whose bones are indigestible and painful to its stomach lining. As a result, it secretes a substance that surrounds the bones. This mass gets excreted, most likely from the whale’s back end. It then floats around in the water, ages, gets oxidized by the sun, and turns into the substance that washes ashore until it’s found by some lucky bastard who can sell it for more per ounce than gold. Ambergris smells earthy, sweet, tobacco-like, and provides a roundness and depth to perfumes. Christian Dior Dioressence perfume was said to have been inspired by perfumer Guy Robert’s encounter with both real ambergris and a knock-off Miss Dior soap. (intothegloss.com)
Civet: Yes, civet is the cream harvested from a civet animal’s anal gland. Or rather was harvested. Most civet is now synthetic. (It’s said that Chanel No. 5 stopped using real civet as late as the 1980s.) Fecal-smelling when undiluted, it becomes magic when added to other scents as a base note. Civet is usually subtly added to the base of perfumes, but because “animalic” styles are back in full force, perfumes such as Brent Leonesio Untitled No. 8 puts this skanky note in a starring role. (intothegloss.com)
Middle or heart note: Heart notes are somewhere between top notes and base notes in their longevity, and usually refer to florals, like jasmine and rose, or herbs, such as lavender. (intothegloss.com)
BASE NOTES: The base notes or “fond” (meaning “bottom” in French) are the underlying, most enduring tones. They are responsible for a fragrance’s lasting qualities. (fragrance.org)
COUMARIN: A chemical compound with a sweet, distinctive vanilla-like odor with grassy elements. Found naturally in some plants, it may also be produced synthetically. It is used by perfumers as a base note to add warmth and depth. (fragrance.org)
DRY DOWN: The final phase of a fragrance – the character which appears several hours after application. Perfumers evaluate the base notes and the tenacity of the fragrance during this stage. (fragrance.org)
NOTE: Borrowed from the language of music to indicate an olfactory impression of a single smell, or to indicate the three parts of a perfume – top note, middle note, base note. (fragrance.org)
VERTICAL FORMULA: The construction in which no transition from top to base notes is discernible. The fragrance has been purposely created so that the scent remains the same from the first note to the last. (fragrance.org)
top notes, middle noses and base notes = رایحه فوقانی، میانی و پایه ای عطر


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دانستنی های عطر: هرم بویایی

رایحه عطر را می توان به یک هرم تشبیه کرد که روایح سنگین در قسمت پایه و روایح فرارتر در قسمت نوک هرم قرار می گیرد. رایحۀ عطر از لایه ها یا نت های مختلفی تشکیل شده است. چیزی که از بطری عطر استشمام می کنیم، رایحه فوقانی یا پیش رایحه است. بدنه اصلی عطر را رایحه میانی آن تشکیل می دهد. چند ساعت پس از مصرف، بویی به مشام می رسد که در واقع رایحه پایه ای یا نت ماده زمینه ای عطر است.
 رایحه پایه: نت پایه بخش غلیظ رایحه عطر است که در واقع ماده زمینه ای نت میانی به شمار می آید. نت پایه تا نیم ساعت بعد از استفاده معمولاً خودش را نشان نمی دهد.
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Base note: The term for the heaviest ingredients, molecularly, in a perfume formula, as well as those that one may notice after the top notes and heart notes. Base notes help to fix other notes in the perfume formula (i.e. make them last longer); they enhance the scent of other ingredients; and, in some cases, they impart their own scent. (intothegloss.com)
Ambergris: A highly prized base note rarely used in non-synthetic form because of its rarity and cost. Why is it so expensive? Because of its origins: The sperm whale eats cuttlefish, whose bones are indigestible and painful to its stomach lining. As a result, it secretes a substance that surrounds the bones. This mass gets excreted, most likely from the whale’s back end. It then floats around in the water, ages, gets oxidized by the sun, and turns into the substance that washes ashore until it’s found by some lucky bastard who can sell it for more per ounce than gold. Ambergris smells earthy, sweet, tobacco-like, and provides a roundness and depth to perfumes. Christian Dior Dioressence perfume was said to have been inspired by perfumer Guy Robert’s encounter with both real ambergris and a knock-off Miss Dior soap. (intothegloss.com)
Civet: Yes, civet is the cream harvested from a civet animal’s anal gland. Or rather was harvested. Most civet is now synthetic. (It’s said that Chanel No. 5 stopped using real civet as late as the 1980s.) Fecal-smelling when undiluted, it becomes magic when added to other scents as a base note. Civet is usually subtly added to the base of perfumes, but because “animalic” styles are back in full force, perfumes such as Brent Leonesio Untitled No. 8 puts this skanky note in a starring role. (intothegloss.com)
Middle or heart note: Heart notes are somewhere between top notes and base notes in their longevity, and usually refer to florals, like jasmine and rose, or herbs, such as lavender. (intothegloss.com)
BASE NOTES: The base notes or “fond” (meaning “bottom” in French) are the underlying, most enduring tones. They are responsible for a fragrance’s lasting qualities. (fragrance.org)
COUMARIN: A chemical compound with a sweet, distinctive vanilla-like odor with grassy elements. Found naturally in some plants, it may also be produced synthetically. It is used by perfumers as a base note to add warmth and depth. (fragrance.org)
DRY DOWN: The final phase of a fragrance – the character which appears several hours after application. Perfumers evaluate the base notes and the tenacity of the fragrance during this stage. (fragrance.org)
NOTE: Borrowed from the language of music to indicate an olfactory impression of a single smell, or to indicate the three parts of a perfume – top note, middle note, base note. (fragrance.org)
VERTICAL FORMULA: The construction in which no transition from top to base notes is discernible. The fragrance has been purposely created so that the scent remains the same from the first note to the last. (fragrance.org)



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