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Vol. 29 No. 4
July-August 2007

Contents    

From the Editor

Officer 's Column by Bryan R. Henry

Stamps International by Daniel Rabinovich

Features
- Sustainable Development and Education: Where Does Chemistry Fit? by Rietje van Dam-Mieras
- Speaking to the Public About Chemistry: A Three-Point Primer by David A. Evans
- The Eurobachelor: An Update by Terry Mitchell

Up for Discussion
- Resolving Ambiguous Naming for an Ionic Liquid Anion by Gregory J. Wilson, Anthony F. Hollenkamp, and Anthony G. Pandolfo

IUPAC Wire
- 2007 IUPAC Prizes for Young Chemists
- Election of IUPAC Officers
- Highlights of the Executive Committee Meeting
- ChemZoo Announces the Release of the ChemSpider Service

The Project Place
- Young Ambassadors for Chemistry in Grahamstown,
South Africa

- Principles of Chemical Nomenclature
- Metal-Focused -omics: Guidelines for Terminology and
Critical Evaluation of Analytical Approaches

- Altered Crop Protection Agent Residues in Transgenic Crops
Provisional Recommendations - IUPAC Seeks Your Comments

Making an imPACt
- Glossary of Terms Used in Photochemistry, 3rd edition
- Chemical Speciation of Environmentally Significant Metals
with Inorganic Ligands

- Properties and Units in Clinical and Environmental Human Toxicology
- Guidelines for Potentiometric Measurements in Suspensions
- PAC is CrossRef Enabled

Bookworm
- Natural Products and Biodiversity
- Advanced Polymers for Emerging Technologies
- Thermodynamics, Solubility, and Environmental Issues
- Chemistry for Water—CHEMRAWN XV

Conference Call
- Coordination Chemistry by Klaus R. Koch
- Polymers for Advanced Applications by Ronald D. Sanderson and Aneli Fourie
- Advanced Materials and Polymer Characterization by Michael Hess

Where 2B & Y
- OPCW Academic Forum, 18–19 September 2007, The Hague, Netherlands
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 5–7 September 2007, Istanbul, Turkey
- FTIR Applied to Biological Systems, 5–7 November 2007, Buenos Aires, Argentina
- ISRANALYTICA 2008, 22–23 January 2008, Tel Aviv, Israel

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

July-August 2007 pdf (1.2 MB)

Cover: The week-long Young Ambassadors for Chemistry (YAC) event culminated in the central square of Grahamstown, South Africa, where the teenagers pictured interacted with the public and showed them what they had learned about chemistry. Around 80 students in their school uniforms spent the afternoon on the square showing the public that chemistry is part of life and that it can also make it better. The square was decorated with posters from the competition Chemistry for Humanity. See report on page 21.


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