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Where Does the Smell of Rain Come From?
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Published on 18 Aug 2014
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"Nature of Argillaceous Odor" (1964)
"Petrichor and Plant Growth" (1965)
Human nose can detect a trillion smells
Petrichor and fish spawning
Camels seek out wet soil smells
Chemistry of petrichor:
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