eTOC Alert ‘Chemistry International’ – Oct-Dec 2019

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Chemistry International Volume 41, Issue 4, October 2019

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cover: The chemical elements tiles illustrating the features of this special IYPT2019 issue of Chemistry International are part of the IYPT Timeline of Elements project organized by Chem 13 News and the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. <https://uwaterloo.ca/chemistry/community-outreach/2019-international-year-periodic-table-timeline-elements> See Elements of Credits page 3.


Sections
Features | Wire | Stamps International | Project PlaceMaking and imPACt |Provisional Recommendations | Conference CallWhere 2B&Y | Mark Your Calendar

Archives of Chemistry International


SPECIAL IYPT2019

Editorial – Elements of IYPT2019 by Jan Reedijk (Page ii)

Foreword – Elements of X by Lars Öhrström (Page 2)

Illustrations credits – Elements of Credits (Page 3) – See more details about the artwork featured in this special CI issue at https://uwaterloo.ca/chemistry/community-outreach

 

Features

Elements of Education by Peter Atkins (Page 4)

Elements of Stars by Maria Lugaro and Ewine van Dishoeck (Page 8)

Elements of the Future by Kit Chapman (Page 12)

Elements of Life at the Oxo Wall by Harry B. Gray (Page 16)

Elements of Technology by Michael Droescher (Page 20)

Elements of Scarcity by David J. Cole-Hamilton (Page 23)

Elements of Flair and Fashion by Marielle Agbahoungbata (Page 29)

Elements of Heroism by Suze Kundu (Page 34)


Wire or see <https://iupac.org/news/>

The Top Ten Emerging Technologies in Chemistry—Call for Proposals for 2020 (Page 39)

2020 IUPAC-Richter Prize in Medicinal Chemistry—Call for Nominations (Page 39)

Awardees of the 2019 IUPAC-Zhejiang NHU International Award for Advancements in Green Chemistry (Page 39)

In Memoriam: René Dybkaer (Page 40)


Project Place or see <https://iupac.org/projects/>

Human Health Risk Consideration on Nano-enabled Pesticides for Industry and Regulators (Page 41)

Trace elements analysis of environmental samples with X-rays (Page 42)


Making an imPACt

Nomenclature and terminology for dendrimers with regular dendrons and for hyperbranched polymers (IUPAC Recommendations 2017) (Page 44)

List of keywords for polymer science (IUPAC Technical Report) (Page 44)

Recent advances in analysis of trace elements in environmental samples by X-ray based techniques (IUPAC Technical Report) (Page 44)

Guidelines for unequivocal structural identification of compounds with biological activity of significance in food chemistry (IUPAC Technical Report) (Page 45)

Polymer Networks: Structure, Properties, and Function (Page 45)

The Battle for a Sustainable Food Supply (Page 46)



IUPAC Provisional Recommendations (Page 46) or see <https://iupac.org/recommendations/under-review-by-the-public/>


Conference Call

Blood-Biomaterial Interactions by Ilya Reviakine and Robert Latour (Page 47)

Advanced Polymers via Macromolecular Engineering by Aneli Fourie (Page 49)

Polymer for Sustainable Development by Chin Han Chan, Holger Schönherr, and Jyoti Giri (Page 49)

Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry by Pierangelo Metrangolo (Page 51)

Crop Protection Chemistry by Ken Racke, Pieter Spanoghe,  Nathan De Geyter, and Bipul Saha (Page 53)



Where 2B & Y

Chemistry Conference for Young Scientists, 19-21 February 2020, Blankenberge, Belgium (Page 56)



Mark Your Calendar (Page 57) or see iupac.org/events/


Index 2019 (Page 58) (PDF  CI2019_Year-index)


Stamps International

IYPT and The Mother of All Tables by Daniel Rabinovich (Page 60)


Back cover Tear-off page: Element Scarcity – EuChemS Periodic Table : Periodic Table produced by the European Chemical Society (EuChemS) to highlight element availability and vulnerability as part of the celebrations of the UNESCO International Year of the Periodic Table; download @ http://bit.ly/euchems-pt


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