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in Chemistry International

A Glance at The Union History
July-Sep 2019 Special issue
Glance and be surprised ... meet Akers, Bienaime, Bogert, Jansen, Karrer, Lampitt, Leverhulme, Pauling, Robinson, Timmermans, Tiselius, Vesely and many more ...

Special IUPAC100 History issue
- The Union in the interwar period
- After WWII: a fresh start
- IUPAC’s achievements and actions
- Stepping in the new century

coedited by Danielle Fauque and Brigitte Van Tiggelen with contributions from Robert Fox, Jorrit P. Smit, Yoshiyuki Kikuchih, Annette Lykknes, Elena Zaitseva-Baum, Santiago Alvarez et al., Carsten Reinhardt, G. Jeffery Leigh, Ann E. Robinson, Roberto Marquardt, Evan Hepler-Smith and Leah Mc Ewen, Nicole Moreau, and Ronald Brashear


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