Chemistry and the Environment Division

Aims

Through its internationally recognized membership and project teams, the Division of Chemistry and the Environment (DCE) will provide unbiased and timely authoritative reviews on the behavior of chemical compounds in food and the environment. The DCE will undertake both fundamental and applied evaluations that contribute to solving environmental problems and enhancing the quality of food on a global scale.

Division VI biosketches

New: Call For Project Proposals for 30 September 2019 through 30 September 2020

New: Division VI on Linkedin

New: Division VI – Chemistry and Environment Award 2019 – Best poster presented at the next 47th IUPAC World Chemistry Congress (Paris, 5-12 July 2019) – Winners and award ceremony pictures

New: Pictures from the last meeting in Paris (July 2019)

HOT PAPER: A critical evaluation of nanopesticides and nanofertilizers against their conventional analogues (Nature Nanotechnology, 2018)

Division VI organized Symposium 3.5 “Innovative Chemistry for Environmental Enhancement” at the 47th IUPAC World Chemistry Congress (Paris, 5-12 July 2019)

Division VI 2019 IUPAC International Award for Advances in Harmonized Approaches to Crop Protection Chemistry

14th International Congress of Crop Protection Chemistry, Ghent, May 2019 – Movie

46th World Chemistry Congress, 9-14 July 2017, Sao Paulo, Brazil – DCE Poster Award – Pictures (ABCD)

Subcommittees and Commissions

Meeting Minutes

Activity Reports

Publications:

  • Guidelines for unequivocal structural identification of compounds with biological activity of significance in food chemistry (IUPAC Technical Report), 2019, Pure and Applied Chemistry, Vol. 91, Pag. 1417-1437. IUPAC Project #2013-024-2-600 (Task Group Chair R.J. Molyneux) – PDF
  • Recent advances in analysis of trace elements in environmental samples by X-ray based techniques (IUPAC Technical Report), 2019, Pure and Applied Chemistry, Vol. 91, Pag. 1029-1063. IUPAC Project #2016-019-2-600 (Task Group Chair R. Terzano) – PDF
  • Characterisation of “flushable” and “non-flushable” commercial wet wipes using microRaman, FTIR spectroscopy and fluorescence microscopy: to flush or not to flush, 2018, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Vol. 25, Issue 20, Pag. 20268-20279 – Link
  • The Second International Conference on Agrochemicals Protecting Crops, Health and Natural Environment—The Role of Chemistry for Sustainable Agriculture, New Delhi, India, 15–18 February 2012 (see: Unsworth, J. B., Shakil, N. A., Kumar, J., Kleter, G. A. Linders, J. B. H. J., “Agrochemicals,” Chemistry International, Vol. 32, No. 4 July-August 2012 – PDF)
  • Bibliography of Technical Publications from the DCE [updated Nov 2012]