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November 2018

In the shadow of a Centennial: writing the history of IUPAC (1919-2019)

16 November 2018
GHC, Paris, 250 rue Saint-Jacques
Paris, 75005 France
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International meeting organized by the Groupe d'histoire de la chimie, supported by the CNRS and the SCF The IUPAC will celebrate its centennial in July 2019. On this occasion, the great steps of its existence will be reminded, and to that aim, it is customary to draw on historical material, and also on the actors who witnessed the activity of this international body. Writing this history is a complex, and multifaceted and long-winded work. The length of the chronological period,…

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January 2019

Quality of Test Results for Conformity Assessment of a Chemical Composition – What is Good and What is Bad?

21 January 2019
David Intercontinental Hotel Tel Aviv, Israel + Google Map

This International workshop will provide a platform for discussion of the quality parameters of test (chemical analytical) results in pharmaceutical industry, environmental analysis, metallurgy and other fields, necessary for conformity assessment of a material or object. The discussion will include the following topics: - use of measurement uncertainty as a parameter of quality of test results; - evaluation of correlation of test results of concentrations of different components as another quality parameter of the results; - influence of measurement uncertainty…

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Advanced Workshop on Solution Chemistry of Technology-Critical Elements (TCEs)

22 January 2019 - 23 January 2019
University of Bielystok Campus, CIOŁKOWSKIEGO 1K
Bielystok, Poland
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WHY TCEs? Trace elements, including the PGE (platinum group elements), REE (rare earth elements), and others like Nb, Ta, Ga, In, Ge and Te, are often referred to as technology critical elements or TCEs. The rate of their production and utilisation has particularly increased through their use in high-tech applications. The possible environmental and (eco)toxicological implications of this trend is the object of the EU COST action NOTICE. Contact: Montserrat Filella, University of Geneva, Switzerland) E-mail: montserrat.filella@unige.ch   See related IUPAC project…

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