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Vol. 32 No. 1
January-February 2010

Contents    

From the Editor

President's Column: “. . . for the times they are a-changin”
by Nicole J. Moreau

Features
- The Myth of Insufficient Information by Terry Clayton
- What is a Mole? Old Concepts and New by Jack Lorimer
- A Fixed Avogadro Constant or a Fixed Carbon-12 Molar Mass: Which One to Choose? by Yves Jeannin
- Closing Comments from Ian M. Mills

- The Impact of Depleted 6Li on the Standard Atomic
Weight of Lithium
by Norman E. Holden
- IUPAC in Glasgow, Scotland: Division Roundups, Part II
- Committee on Chemistry Education by Christiane Reiners
- Division IV: Polymer by Michael Hess
- Division II: Inorganic Chemistry by Leonard Interrante

Stamps International
- R is for Rutherford by Daniel Rabinovich

IUPAC Wire
- IUPAC Welcomes New Members
- Chemical Heritage Foundation Fellowships
- New Leadership at IOCD
- CrossRef Invites You to its Labs
- Primary Data for Chemistry
- Major Update to IYC Website Completed
- In Memoriam: Pan Ming Huang (1934–2009) by Antonio Violante

The Project Place
- Coordination Polymers and Metal Organic Frameworks:
Terminology and Nomenclature Guidelines

Provisional Recommendations IUPAC seeks your comments
- Name and Symbol of the Element with Atomic Number 112

Internet Connection
- ChemShow
- Element podcast

Bookworm
- Concepts in Toxicology
- Polymer Colloids: From Design to Biomedical Industrial
Applications

Conference Call
-
Self-Healing Materials by Solar Olugebefola
- think poly. by Frank Wiesbrock and Franz Stelzer
- Novel Aromatic Compounds by Bruno Bernet
- Mendeleev’s 175th Anniversary by Oleg M. Nefedov, Natalia P. Tarasova, and Stepan N. Kalmykov

Where 2B & Y
- Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence, 19–23 April 2010, Lyon, France
- Plant Lipids, 11–16 July 2010, Cairns, Australia
- Electrochemistry—South-East Europe, 6–10 June 2010, Belgrade, Serbia
- Spectral Line Shapes, 6–11 June 2010, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada
- Reactive Intermediates and Unusual Molecules, 10–16 July 2010, Great Barrier Reef, Australia
- Chemistry for Sustainable Development, 26–30 July 2010, Mauritius
- International Symposia on Advancing the Chemical Sciences
- Organic Chemistry, 22–25 June 2010, Beijing, China

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

January-February 2010 pdf (1 MB)


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