I'm looking for at least one scientific study about how odours could impact human olfactory system and create some phenomenon that could be loosely compared to retina remanence.
As an example, with standard eyes, when you look at a cyan area for a long time and then look at a white paper, the paper looks yellow for a while (see some fun experiments here). This seems to be called an afterimage.
In the type of study I'm looking for, if it exists, the olfactory cells would be involved instead of the retina.
Being exposed to a strong odour for some time would make the subject smell an other odour (a complementary odour?) when the strong odour disappear even if nothing casts this new "complementary" odour to the nose. We could call this an "afterodour" or a "complementary ordour".