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Vol. 26 No. 3
May-June 2004

Contents    

From the Editor

Vice President's Column by Bryan R. Henry

Features
-
2003—The Year of Chemistry in Germany by Holger Bengs and Wolfram Koch
- Frontiers of Chemical Sciences: Research and Education in the Middle East by John M. Malin
- Chemistry Society of Mauritius: A New Society Aims High for its Island Nation and the Indian Ocean Region by Dhanjay Jhurry
- The IUPAC Solubility Data Project: A Brief History by Larry Clever

IUPAC Wire
- 2004 Thieme—IUPAC Prize in Synthetic Organic Chemistry
- Strong Science and Technology Capacity—A Necessity for Every Nation
- New Best Estimates of the Values of the Fundamental
Constants
by Ian Mills

Up for Discussion
Chemistry in Japan—A Report from the National Committee
for Chemistry
by Akio Yamamoto
The Placement of Hydrogen in the Periodic Table

The Project Place
- Standard Definitions of Terms Related to Mass Spectrometry
- Terminology, Quantities, and Units Concerning Production
and Applications of Radionuclides in Radiopharmaceutical
and Radioanalytical Chemistry

- Toward a Core Organic Chemistry Curriculum for Latin
- Provisional Recommendations

Making an imPACt
- Rheological and Mechanical Properties of Poly
(α-Methylstyrene-co-acrylonitrile)/Poly
(Methylacrylate-co-methyl methacrylate) Blends

- Determination of Trace Elements Bound to Soils and
Sediment Fractions

- Terminology for Analytical Capillary Electromigration

Bookworm
- Structure and Dynamics in Liquids
- The Red Book II in Hungarian
- Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metal Pseudohalides
- Special Topic Articles Featuring the 2003 Winners of the IUPAC Prize for Young Chemists
- IUPAC Handbook 2004–2005

Conference Call
- Emerging Issues in Analytical Chemistry by Ryszard Lobinski
- XVII Mendeleev Congress on General and Applied Chemistry by Oleg Nefedov and Oleg Sinyashin
- Joint Meeting on Medicinal Chemistry—Kraków 2003 by Barbara Malawska and Katarzyna Kiec-Kononowicz

Where 2B & Y
- Functional and Nano-Systems, 13–17 June 2004, Missoula, Montana, USA
- Pharmaceutical R&D, 3–5 July 2004, Beijing, China
- Natural Products, 31 July–4 August 2004, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
- Analytical Chemistry, 5–10 September 2004, Salamanca, Spain
- Soil Science, 20–23 September 2004, Wuhan, China
- Trace Elements, 7–8 October 2004, Brussels, Belgium
- Environmental and Clinical Analysis, 8–12 October 2004, Rome, Italy

Mark Your Calendar
link to calendars of upcoming IUPAC-sponsored events

May-June 2004 pdf (829 KB)


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