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1997, Vol. 19, No. 5 (September)

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Contents:

Relocation of the IUPAC Secretariat (5K)

The President's Report (63K)
By Albert E. Fischli

Secretary General's Report (50K)
By Edwin D. Becker

Biennial Report of the Treasurer and Finance Committee (50K)
By J.W. Ward

Treasurer's Review 1991­1997 (59K)
By J.W. Ward

Relocation of IUPAC Archival Material (117K)

Recent Reports (27K)

PAC Review (14K)

News (86K)

New Publication (54K)

Conferences and Conference Calendar (68K)

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