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Elements Week: Hydrogen

 

 

This year we celebrate the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements in the format proposed by Mendeleev in 1869 and its continued development to this day. Throughout 2019, IUPAC and De Gruyter will be sharing content, news, and events centered around the International Year of the Periodic Table. Throughout the year, De Gruyter will be featuring content about individual chemical elements, including virtual issues collecting highly cited articles in Pure and Applied Chemistry, in-depth articles from Chemistry International, and new content from the De Gruyter Conversations and Discoveries Blogs. First on the schedule, and on the Periodic Table itself, is Hydrogen.

Pure and Applied Chemistry

The following Reports, Recommendations, and Conference Papers are among the most highly cited articles in Pure and Applied Chemistry related to the chemical element of Hydrogen.

Highly cited Pure and Applied Chemistry articles related to Hydrogen

Definition of the hydrogen bond (IUPAC Recommendations 2011)
Elangannan Arunan / Gautam R. Desiraju / Roger A. Klein / Joanna Sadlej / Steve Scheiner / Ibon Alkorta / David C. Clary / Robert H. Crabtree / Joseph J. Dannenberg / Pavel Hobza / Henrik G. Kjaergaard / Anthony C. Legon / Benedetta Mennucci / David J. Nesbitt
[Published Online: 2011-07-08]


Defining the hydrogen bond: An account (IUPAC Technical Report)
Elangannan Arunan / Gautam R. Desiraju / Roger A. Klein / Joanna Sadlej / Steve Scheiner / Ibon Alkorta / David C. Clary / Robert H. Crabtree / Joseph J. Dannenberg / Pavel Hobza / Henrik G. Kjaergaard / Anthony C. Legon / Benedetta Mennucci / David J. Nesbitt
[Published Online: 2011-07-08]


Methods of measurement and evaluation of natural antioxidant capacity/activity (IUPAC Technical Report)
Reşat Apak / Shela Gorinstein / Volker Böhm / Karen M. Schaich / Mustafa Özyürek / Kubilay Güçlü
[Published Online: 2013-02-26]


Atomic weights of the elements 2009 (IUPAC Technical Report)
Michael E. Wieser / Tyler B. Coplen
[Published Online: 2010-12-12]


Photocatalysis and solar hydrogen production
Akihiko Kudo
[Published Online: 2009-01-01]


Transition-metal-catalyzed direct arylations via C-H bond cleavages
Lutz Ackermann
[Published Online: 2010-05-02]


Mechanisms of chemical generation of volatile hydrides for trace element determination (IUPAC Technical Report)
Alessandro D’Ulivo / Jiří Dědina / Zoltan Mester / Ralph E. Sturgeon / Qiuquan Wang / Bernhard Welz
[Published Online: 2011-03-16]


Recent water myths
Alan K. Soper
[Published Online: 2010-06-30]


Asymmetric epoxidation of olefins catalyzed by Ti(salan) complexes using aqueous hydrogen peroxide as the oxidant
Kazuhiro Matsumoto / Yuji Sawada / Tsutomu Katsuki
[Published Online: 2009-01-01]


Symmetry of hydrogen bonds in solution
Charles L. Perrin
[Published Online: 2009-01-01]

Periodic Tables, New Elements, and Discovery Articles

IUPAC Periodic Table of the Elements and Isotopes (IPTEI) for the Education Community (IUPAC Technical Report)
Norman E. Holden / Tyler B. Coplen / John K. Böhlke / Lauren V. Tarbox / Jacqueline Benefield / John R. de Laeter / Peter G. Mahaffy / Glenda O’Connor / Etienne Roth / Dorothy H. Tepper / Thomas Walczyk / Michael E. Wieser / Shigekazu Yoneda
[Published Online: 2018-12-08]


On the discovery of new elements (IUPAC/IUPAP Provisional Report): Provisional Report of the 2017 Joint Working Group of IUPAC and IUPAP
Sigurd Hofmann / Sergey N. Dmitriev / Claes Fahlander / Jacklyn M. Gates / James B. Roberto / Hideyuki Sakai
[Published Online: 2018-11-08]


Discovery of the elements with atomic numbers Z = 113, 115 and 117 (IUPAC Technical Report)
Paul J. Karol / Robert C. Barber / Bradley M. Sherrill / Emanuele Vardaci / Toshimitsu Yamazaki
[Published Online: 2016-01-218]


Discovery of the element with atomic number Z = 118 completing the 7th row of the periodic table (IUPAC Technical Report)
Paul J. Karol / Robert C. Barber / Bradley M. Sherrill / Emanuele Vardaci / Toshimitsu Yamazaki
[Published Online: 2016-01-21]


Chemistry International

In addition to Pure and Applied Chemistry, IUPAC publishes articles and news items in Chemistry International, the society’s newsmagazine. A selection of  CI pieces are included below to give further context and depth to IUPAC events and content related to the International Year of the Periodic Table 2019.

Selected CI Articles on the Periodic Table