Ilang-Ilang

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BATAC JUNIOR COLLEGE
PROJECT IN SCIENCE
(SCIENCE INVESTIGATORY PROJECT)
ALCOLOGNE

RESEARCHERS:
LLOYD ALDRIN GALIMBA
PRINCESS ANN RABANAL
MYKA ANGELICA PITPIT
AREEYA KRISTEL SOLMERIN
JEZREEL VALDEZ
BING RONDOLOS
NANCY CORPUZ
INIGO DEL MUNDO

RESEARCH ADVISER:
MRS. LEILANIE A. BARANGAN
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
We researchers wish to give our sincerest thanks to our Almighty God for his guidance and wisdom, by guiding us to the right decision. Also by helping us formulate this research. And for all the people who help us:

Mrs. Lielanei Barangan, our Adviser for sacrificing time and patience in checking our research work and suggestions.
Mr. Teofillo Bautista, our Math teacher for his suggestions about a better way of conducting a research.
Our classmates especially Phoebe for giving advices or opinions about our research work.

And last our Parents who gives us allowance to finance our project and by telling us what to do about it.

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND:
ilang-ilang flower
Scientific name-CANANGA ODORATA
Ilang- Ilang
South Asian evergreen tree (Cananga odorata) of the custard apple family. The name means "flower of flowers" in the Tagalog language. Tall (77 ft, or 25 m) and slim, it has smooth bark and is covered year-round with drooping, long-stalked, rich-scented flowers that have six narrow, greenish-yellow petals. The pointed oval leaves have wavy edges. Clustered, oval black fruits hang from long stalks. Leis are made from the blooms, and a delicate fragrance is distilled from the flowers. The woody ylang-ylang vine (Artabotrys odoratissimus), in the same family, is popular on trellises and patios in warm, moist climates. Cananga odorata var. fruticosa, dwarf ylang-ylang, grows as small tree or compact shrub with highly scented flowers.Ylang-ylang has been cultivated in temperate climates under conservatory conditions. Ethyl Alcohol

The intoxicating agent in fermented and distilled liquors; used pure or denatured as a solvent...
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