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Vol. 27 No. 1
January-February 2005

Contents    

From the Editor

Secretary General's Column by David StC. Black

Features
- Old Warriors Get New Armor by Matthew V. Veazey

- Fun and Games in Chemistry: On Scientoons, and Other Light-Hearted Mind Benders that Help Us Appreciate Chemistry by D. Balusbramanian
- Chemistry and the Environment: IUPAC Division VI Takes Stock and Looks Ahead by Patrick Holland and Kenneth Racke

IUPAC Wire
- Element 111 is Named Roentgenium
- From Macro to Poly
- Young Chemists to the 40th IUPAC Congress

Up for Discussion
- Simples and Compounds: A Proposal by Claudio Giomimi, Mario E. Cardinali, and Liberato Cardellini

The Project Place
- Heat Capacity of Liquids: Critical Review and Recommended
Values

- Compendium of Targets of the Top 100 Commercially
Important Drugs

- Critically Evaluated Propagation Rate Coefficients for Free-
Radical Polymerization of Water-Soluble Monomers
Polymerized in the Aqueous Phase

- Capacity Building in the Mathematical Sciences

Provisional Recommendations

Nomenclature of Cyclic Peptides
Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry

Making an imPACt
- Properties and Units in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences
- Compilation of ko and Related Data for Neutron-Activation Analysis

Bookworm
- Ionic Polymerization
- Polymers
- Green Chemistry in Russia
- Radioactivity, Ionizing Radiation, and Nuclear Energy

Conference Call
- Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry of Germanium,
Tin, and Lead
by Keith Pannell
- Photochemistry by Silvia E. Braslavsky
- Polymers and Organic Chemistry by Karel Jerabek
- Solubility Phenomenon by Heinz Gamsläger
- Chemistry in Africa by Graham E. Jackson
- Heteroatom Chemistry by Irina Beletskaya
- Physical Organic Chemistry by Guo-Zhen Ji
- Biological Polyesters by George Guo-Qiang Chen

Where 2B & Y
- Nanotechnology, 20–25 February 2005, Luxor, Egypt
- Nuclear Analytical Methods, 17–22 April 2005, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Macromolecules, 4–9 June 2005, Réduit, Mauritius
- Carotenoids, 17–22 July 2005, Edinburgh, Scotland
- Learning Science, 28 August–1 September 2005, Barcelona, Spain
Molten Salts, Chemistry, and Technology, 29 August–2 September 2005, Toulouse, France
- Boron Chemistry, 11–15 September 2005, Sendai, Japan
- Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 11–14 September 2005, Budapest, Hungary
- Recent Advances in Food Analysis, 2–4 November 2005
Prague, Czech Republic

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

January-February 2005 pdf (709 KB)


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