eTOC Alert ‘Pure and Applied Chemistry’ – Feb 2019

A new issue of Pure and Applied Chemistry is now available on De Gruyter Online.

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Pure and Applied Chemistry Volume 91, Issue 2

Through the years, there have been countless contributions of women to chemistry. In this International Year of the Periodic Table, it is important to recognize the contributions that women have made in the field. Historically, most notable are the distinct roles that women have played in the development of the Periodic Table – Marie Curie (discovery of radium (Ra) and polonium (Po), received two Nobel Prizes for her work on radiation, and became the namesake of curium (Cm)); Berta Karlik (astatine (At)); Lise Meitner (isotope of protactinium (Pa), discovered nuclear fission, namesake of meitnerium (Mt)); Ida Noddack (rhenium (Re), nominated three times for a Nobel Prize); Marguerite Perey (francium (Fr)).

Here, in this special issue of Pure and Applied Chemistry, in celebration of the International Year of the Periodic Table and the 100th anniversary of IUPAC, we recognize a number of the women who received the IUPAC Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering Award. They have provided short technical reviews for this special issue, or have provided career advice and insight for future scientists and engineering, or have provided examples of how they have navigated the many challenges and opportunities they have encountered in their own careers. [cont. p.175]

This PAC issue is released in time with the International Day for Women and Girls in Sciences, Feb 11, and also coincides with the recent announcement of the Awardees of the IUPAC 2019 Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering


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IUPAC Distinguished Women in Chemistry: Contributions to Science and Careers
Meyers, Fabienne / Ribes, Carolyn / Wilson, Angela K.
Page 175

Short Technical Review Papers

Using chemical synthesis to optimise antimicrobial peptides in the fight against antimicrobial resistance
Li, Freda F. / Brimble, Margaret A.
Page 181

Combating bacterial resistance by combination of antibiotics with antimicrobial peptides
Sheard, Dean E. / O’Brien-Simpson, Neil M. / Wade, John D. / Separovic, Frances
Page 199

Mechanism of amyloid protein aggregation and the role of inhibitors
Linse, Sara
Page 211

Metal cofactors trafficking and assembly in the cell: a molecular view
Camponeschi, Francesca / Banci, Lucia
Page 231

Anticancer properties of gold complexes with biologically relevant ligands
Fernández-Moreira, Vanesa / Herrera, Raquel P. / Gimeno, M. Concepción
Page 247

A new era for combustion researcha
Kohse-Höinghaus, Katharina
Page 271

Amino acids and biogenic amines as food quality factors
Simon Sarkadi, Livia
Page 289

Hydrogen-bond pattern to characterize water network
Aida, Misako / Akase, Dai
Page 301

Perspective and Career Papers

Peaks and more
Meyer, Veronika R.
Page 317

Strategies for success as an industrial chemist
Ribes, Carolyn
Page 327

Women as leaders in academic institutions: personal experience and narrative literature review
Hering, Janet G.
Page 331

Encounters with successful women scientists
Hargittai, Magdolna
Page 339

Education, Human Rights, and Peace – Contributions to the Progress of Humanity
Lerman, Zafra Margolin
Page 351


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