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Chemistry International Volume 41, Issue 2, April 2019
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The Stockholm Convention: A Tool for the Global Regulation of Persistent Organic Pollutants
by Heidelore Fiedler, Roland Kallenborn, Jacob de Boer, and Leiv K. Sydnes (page 4)
Ten Chemical Innovations That Will Change Our World – free access
by Fernando Gomollón-Bel (page 12)
50th International Chemistry Olympiad: Back to Where It All Began
by Henrieta Stankovičová, Petr Holzhauser, and Martin Putala (page 18)
Henry Moseley and the Search for Element 72 – open access
by K. M. Frederick-Frost (page 23)
World Metrology Day, 20 May 2019 <http://www.worldmetrologyday.org>
Provisional Recommendations (page 29)
Definition of the chalcogen bond, comments by 31 May 2019
Recommendations and Terminology for Lactic acid-based Polymers, comments by 31 May 2019
Building Broader and Deeper Links Between OPCW and IUPAC by Richard M. Hartshorn and Jonathan Forman (page 30)
Chemical and Biochemical Thermodynamics Reunification by A. Sabatini, M. Borsari, L.M. Raff, W.R. Cannon, and S. Iotti (page 34)
Making an imPACt
IUPAC Distinguished Women in Chemistry: Contributions to Science and Careers (page 35)
Special issue PAC Feb 2019
Where 2B & Y (page 47)
Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry, 2-6 June 2019, Lecce, Italy <https://ismsc2019.eu>
Spectroscopicum, 9-14 June 2019, Mexico City, Mexico <http://www.csi2019mexico.com/>
Chemistry and Physics of the Transactinide Elements, 25-30 August 2019, Wilhelmshaven, Germany <https://www-win.gsi.de/tan19/>
Noncovalent Interactions, 2-6 September 2019, Lisbon, Portugal <https://icni2019.eventos.chemistry.pt>
Small Satellites for Sustainable Science and Development, 4-8 November 2019, Herzliya, Israel <http://www.cospar2019.org>
Stamps International (page 53)
Bye-Bye, IPK! by Daniel Rabinovich <email@example.com>.
cover: The use of DDT is regulated by the Stockholm Convention and in many countries its use in agriculture has been banned completely. However, to control and avert malaria epidemics which is spread by mosquitos, DDT is still an acceptable pesticide in some regions of Africa and India. Mosquito control using additional ecological strategies such as eliminating mosquito breeding grounds by drainage or introducing fish to eat larvae is also advocated. Read more about the Stockholm Convention as a tool for the global regulation of persistent organic pollutants page 4.