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Chemistry International
Vol. 24, No. 3
May 2002

 

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Executive Director’s Column

IOCD: 20 Years of Building Capacity in Chemistry in Developing Countries

Validated Analytical Methods—AOAC’s Experience Over 100 Years

Small-Scale Chemistry

The World Chemistry Congress 2001 and the Young Scientist Awards

IUPAC News
Relocating to Cyberspace

Do and Don’t—Tips of ICTNS
On the Use of Italic and Roman Fonts for Symbols

Awards and Honors
Erick Carreira Receives the Thieme-IUPAC Prize
Roger Atkinson Receives the ACS for Creative Advances in Environmental Science and Technology

IUPAC Projects
Standard Potentials of Radicals
Glossary of Toxicokinetics of Chemicals
Recommendation on the Use of Countercurrent Chromotography in Analytical Chemistry
Nomenclature for Rotaxanes, Catenanes, and Macromolecular Rotaxanes

Provisional Recommendations
Thermochemistry of Chemical Reactions: Terminology, Symbols, and Experimental Methods for the Determination of Bond Energies

Highlights from Pure and Applied Chemistry
Guidelines for the Representation of Pulse Sequences for Solution-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometry
JCAMP-DX. A Standard Format for the Exchange of Ion Mobility Spectrometry Data
Molality-Based Primary Standards of Electrolytic Conductivity
NMR Nomenclature. Nuclear Spin Properties and Conventions for Chemical Shifts
PAC online

New Books and Publications
Electrochemistry and Interfacial Chemistry for the Environment
Handbook of Pharmaceutical Salts: Properties, Selection, and Use
Green Chemistry—the Japanese translation of the special topic issue of Pure and Applied Chemistry (Vol. 72, No. 7, 2000)
Polymer Characterization and Material Science
Non-Metals in Liquid Alkali Metals
Heat Capacity of Liquids: Critical Review and Recommended Values
Pesticide Formulation and Application Systems: A New Century for Agricultural Formulations

Reports from Conferences
Advanced Materials
Solution Chemistry
Organometallic Chemistry Directed Towards Organic Synthesis

Conference Announcements
Coordination Chemistry (35-ICCC), 21–26 Jul 2002
Pan-European Younger Chemists’ Conference, 30 Sep–2 Oct 2002
Macromolecule Metal Complexes (MMC-X), 20–24 May 2003
Plutonium Futures-The Science 2003, 6–10 Jul 2003
Pharmacognosy, 27-31 Jul 2002
Capillary Electroseparation Techniques (ITP 2002), 1-4 Sep 2002
Solar Energy and Applied Photochemistry [SOLAR ‘03], 23-28 Feb 2003

Conference Calendar of IUPAC-sponsored events

Erratum

In the March 2002 issue of Chemistry International (Vol. 24, No. 2), the article "Bureau International des Poids et Mesures: Establishing Standards in the Physical Sciences" contained editorial errors in the formatting of numbers and units. Commas were incorrectly used to separate the digits into threes in all the long numbers that were used. It is, however, recommended to use a space, not a comma, to space the digits, because the comma is reserved for a decimal marker in many countries. Also, the unit of measure hertz was incorrectly spelled using a capital "H." A capital letter on the name of a unit should, however, not be used, in order to distinguish the man or woman from the unit.

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