eTOC Alert ‘Chemistry International’ – Apr-Jun 2017

A new issue of Chemistry International is now available on De Gruyter Online.

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Chemistry International Volume 39, Issue 2

Full issue pdf


Sections
Features | Wire | Project PlaceimPACt | Bookworm | Provisional Recommendations | Notes | Conference CallWhere 2B&Y | Mark Your Calendar

Archives of Chemistry International


Contents


From the Editorial Board, Humphris, Colin, (Page ii)

The First IUPAC World Chemistry Congress with a Latin Flavor, Andricopulo, Adriano D. (Page 2)


Features

IYCN: A Journey That Has Just BegunDunne, Christine / Gomollón-Bel, Fernando (Page 4)

IUPAC Facilitating Chemistry Data Exchange in the Digital EraMcEwen, Leah Rae (Page 6)

Nanomaterials—On the Brink of Revolution? Or the Endless Pursuit of Something Unattainable?Perkin, Emma / Gubala, Vladimir (Page 10)

Hero Worship in Words: Imitating the Grand Style of R. B. WoodwardSeeman, Jeffrey I. (Page 14)


IUPAC Wire

Awardees of the IUPAC 2017 Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering (Page 18)

Neil Garg is the Recipient of the 2016 Thieme–IUPAC Prize (Page 18)

The Franzosini Award of 2016 (Page 19)

A Global Approach to the Gender Gap in Mathematical and Natural Sciences: How to Measure It, How to Reduce It? (Page 19)

New InChI Software Release (Page 20)


Project Place

Database on Molecular Compositions of Natural Organic Matter and Humic Substances as Measured by High Resolution Mass Spectrometry (Page 21)

Integrating Green Chemistry and Socio-Sustainability in Higher Education: Successful Experiences Contributing to Transform Our World (Page 21)

NUTRIAGEING: Combining Chemistry, Cooking, and Agriculture (Page 24)

Safety Training Program (Page 26)

The Silver Book and the NPU Format for Clinical Laboratory Science Reports Regarding Properties, Units, and Symbols, Férard, Georges / Dybkaer, René / Fuentes-Arderiu, Xavier (Page A1)


Bookworm

Engineered Nanoparticles and the Environment: Biophysicochemical Processes and Toxicity (Page 28)

Compendium of Terminology and Nomenclature of Properties in Clinical Laboratory Sciences (Page 29)


Making an imPACt

Isotope-Abundance Variations and Atomic Weights of Selected Elements: 2016 (IUPAC Technical Report) (Page 30)

Names and Symbols of the Elements with Atomic Numbers 113, 115, 117 and 118 (IUPAC Recommendations 2016) (Page 30)

On the Naming of Recently Discovered Chemical Elements—the 2016 ExperienceReedijk, Jan (Page 30)


Provisional Recommendations

Terminology of Bioanalytical Methods (Page 33)

Nomenclature and Terminology for Dendrimers with Regular Dendrons and for Hyperbranched Polymers (Page 33)

Definition of the Mole (Page 33)

Terminology of Separation Methods (Page 33)


Notes

IUPAC Standards and RecommendationsWeir, Ron (Page 34)


Conference Call

Chemical Industry of Sustainable Development, Xie, Zaiku (Page 36)

Bioinspired and Biobased Chemistry & Materials, Guittard, Frédéric (Page 36)

International Carbohydrate Symposium, French, Al D. (Page 37)

Validation of Test Methods, Human Errors and Measurement Uncertainty of Results, Kuselman, Ilya (Page 40)


Where 2B & Y

Chemistry in a Multidisciplinary, Interdisciplinary World (Page 43)

Trace Elements Analysis of Environmental Samples with X-rays (Page 44)

Ionic Polymerization (Page 45)

Global Challenges and Data-Driven Science (Page 45)


Mark Your Calendar (Page 46)


Front Cover: Since the dawning of the new millen- nium, the unique properties and obscure behav- iour exhibited by nanoparticles have captivated research scientists globally. Their versatility has led to an explosion of interest in nanoscience and recognition of its unlimited potential for innovation in modern society. See Gubala ‘s review on page 10. Cover design: www.lab10.com.

Centerfold: A handy 4-page pull-out (PDF) offers a concise summary of the Silver Book and the NPU Format for Clinical Laboratory Science Reports Regarding Properties, Units, and Symbols


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