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Vol. 27 No. 3
May-June 2005

Where 2B &Y | Announcements of conferences, symposia, workshops, meetings, and other upcoming activities.

Ionic Polymerization

23–28 October 2005, Goa, India

The International Symposium on Ionic Polymerization (IP 2005), which is IUPAC sponsored, is the 17th in the series of biannual symposia which began in 1976 in Akron, Ohio, USA. IP 2005 will address contemporary research, both fundamental and applied, in the areas of anionic, cationic, and ring opening polymerizations. Papers related to other techniques of controlled polymerization are welcome in so far as they help understand the limitation or broaden the scope of anionic, cationic, and ring opening polymerization.

A special session is also planned on the physics of materials (e.g., structures, morphology, self-organization of supermolecular structures, rheology, and modeling) prepared by techniques of controlled polymerization (anionic, cationic, ROP).

See Mark Your Calendar for contact information

www.ncl-india.org/ip2005


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