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Publicly Available Published by De Gruyter October 12, 2015

Index 2015

From the journal Chemistry International


Chemical Processes for a Sustainable Future 27(4)

Ionic Polymerization: Part I & II 39(5-6)

Macromolecular Symposia—Recent Volumes 28(3)

Polymers and Organic Chemistry 39(5-6)

Volumes Properties: Liquids, Solutions and Vapours 27(3)

Conference Call

100 volumes of IUPAC’s Solubility Data Series by David Shaw 30(1)

Boron Chemistry by Michael A. Beckett 28(1)

Chemistry Education by Judith Poë 33(1)

Data Sharing for Sustainability 32(2)

FloHet-2014 By Eric Scriven 30(1)

Green Chemistry by Liliana Mammino 34(1)

Human Errors and Quality of Chemical Analytical Results 30(3)

Isoprenoids by Pavel Drašar 29(1)

Nanomaterials and Human Health by Vladimir Gubala 31(1)

Pesticide Chemistry by Kenneth Racke 27(2)

Photobiology by Silvia Braslavsky 28(2)

POLYCHAR 23 World Forum Advanced Materials 42(5-6)

Science Assessments and Research Integrity 44(5-6)

Solubility Phenomena and Related Equilibrium Processes by Marcus Altmaier 30(2)


Books of Secrets: Writing & Reading Alchemy by Neil Gussman 4(2)

Chemical Speciation of Environmentally Significant Metals: An IUPAC contribution to reliable and rigorous computer modelling by Kipton J. Powell, et. al. 15(1)

Chemistry: Meeting the World’s Needs? by Natalia Tarasova 4(1)

Concepts in Toxicology: Development of Online Instructional Modules by D.J. Huggins, M. Schwenk, D.M. Templeton, and J. H. Duffus 12(1)

Drug Design and Development: Part II—Reflections from an Academic-based Center by Paul Erhardt 12(3)

MATECSS: A global network enabling capacity-building for sustainable energy by Jennifer MacLeod 8(1)

Medicinal Chemistry in IUPAC by Robin Ganellin 17(5-6)

Meeting the Google Expectation for Chemical Safety Information by Leah McEwen and Ralph Stuart 12(5-6)

Mind the Gap: Comparison of the Role Played by Women in the Departments of Chemistry of Two Universities and the Influence of Gender on Their Participation 10(4)

A Perspective on Chemistry Education 8(4)

Progress of Chemistry in South Korea by Choon H. Do 4(5-6)

Systematic Flexibility and the History of the IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry by Evan Hepler-Smith 10(2)

Taking IUPAC Literally: An International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry by Jeffrey I. Seeman 4(3)

Towards a Uniform Description System for Materials on the Nanoscale 3(4)

Twitter in Chemical Education and IUPAC by D. Brynn Hibbert 10(3)

What’s in a Name? Quite a Lot, as it Happens! by Mark I. Borkum and Jeremy G. Frey 7(2)

Youth Views on Sustainability: PMMA, from plexiglass window to a packaging for an implantable glucose sensor by Elke Van De Walle 16(3)

Youth Views on Sustainability: Chemical Waste Management at Clinical Laboratories by David Yafté Díaz–Sánchez 21(5-6)

From the Editor by Fabienne Meyers (1)

Guest Editorial by James R. Bull (3)


The 2014 AAAS Award for Science Diplomacy goes to Zafra M. Lerman 17(2)

OPCW-The Hague Award Presented at 19th Conference of States Parties 17(2)

2015 IUPAC-SOLVAY International Award for Young Chemists 21(1)

African Leaders Endorse a Science Funding Platform 20(3)

Awardees of the IUPAC 2015 Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering Announced 15(4)

Berhanu Abegaz heads the UNESCO International Basic Sciences Programme (IBSP) scientific board 28(5-6)

Call for Nominations for IUPAC International Award in Crop Protection Chemistry 17(4)

Cefic Sustainability Report 2013-2014 23(1)

Chemical World Tour—4th Edition 18(4)

Chemistry International Survey 22(1)

CHEMRAWN VII Prize for Green Chemistry Call for Nominations 25(5-6)

Christo Balarew receives Presidential Honors 28(5-6)

De Gruyter to Launch Chemistry Standards Database 26(5-6)

Election of IUPAC Officers and Bureau Members—Call for Nominations 15(2), 21(3)

The EuCheMS Award for Service: Call for Nominations 20(3)

The Franzosini Award goes to Magdalena Bendová and Slobodan Gadzuric 16(4)

ICSU announces Dr. Heide Hackmann to be Executive Director and Dr. Lucilla Spini to be Head of Science Programmes 16(2)

In Memoriam: Anthony R. H. Goodwin 21(3), John William Lorimer 21(4), Nikola Kallay (1942-2015) 29(5-6), Peter A.S. Smith 21(3)

IUPAC Announces the Winners of the 2015 IUPAC-SOLVAY International Award for Young Chemists 15(4)

IUPAC 2015 Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering—Call for Nominations 20(1)

IUPAC Elections for the 2016–2017 Term 20(1)

IUPAC Office move 18(2)

IUPAC Physical Chemistry Cartoon Competition 18(2)

IUPAC-SOLVAY International Award for Young Chemists 24(5-6)

IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry Call for Nominations 25(5-6)

Laudation on Behalf of the 80th Birthday of Koichi Hatada 19(4)

Launch Event for SDGs Review Held at UN in New York 19(3)

L’Oréal–UNESCO Awards for Women in Science 2015 Announced 27(5-6)

Measurements and Light 16(2)

No Price Increase in 2015 for Pure and Applied Chemistry 23(1)

PhosAgro/UNESCO/IUPAC Research Grants 20(1)

Polymer International–IUPAC Award—Call for Nominations 17(4)

Thieme–IUPAC Prize 2016 Call for Nominations 24(5-6)

Tom Kariuki to Head the Alliance for Accelerating Excellence in Science in Africa 18(4)

Science an Important Theme at Post-2015 Negotiations in New York 19(4)

Solubility Data Series Books now Available on Web 27(5-6)

Standard Atomic Weight of Ytterbium Revised 26(5-6)

Strengthening the Ties Between IUPAC and the Chinese Chemical Society 22(1)

Thieme Chemistry Website Relaunched 21(1)

UNESCO partners with Nature Education and Roche to Launch a Free Online Science Education Resource 23(1)

Making an imPACt

Brief guide to the nomenclature of inorganic chemistry 37(5-6)

Definitions of terms relating to individual macromolecules, macromolecular assemblies, polymer solutions, and amorphous bulk polymers 23(3)

Guidelines for checking performance and verifying accuracy of rotational rheometers: viscosity measurements in steady and oscillatory shear 24(3)

The NPU format for clinical laboratory science reports regarding properties, units, and symbols 24(3)

Immunochemical Recognition and its Diagnostic and Therapeutic Applications by Douglas Templeton and Michael Schwenk 20(2)

IUPAC Glossary of terms used in neurotoxicology 37(5-6)

Latest Updates from PAC Conference Reports by Hugh Beckett 36(5-6)

Nomenclature and graphic representations for chemically modified polymers 23(3)

Reference correlations for the viscosity and thermal conductivity of fluids over an extended range of conditions: hexane in the vapor, liquid, and supercritical regions 23(3)

Spectroscopy of Water 25(3)

Time-resolved fluorescence methods 23(3)

Mark Your Calendar

Listing of IUPAC-sponsored Conferences and Symposia, 37(1), 35(2), 35(3), 33(4), 49(5-6)


On the Use of Quantity Calculus by Tomislav Cvitas 26(2)

Officers’ Columns

The First IUPAC Congress in Korea by Myung Soo Kim 2(2)

Refocus on Contacts by Mark Cesa 2(1)

Ringing the Changes—For the Future by John Corish 2(5-6)

Secretariat on the Move by Colin Humphris 2(3)

Scientific Knowledge and Interdisciplinary Research by Natalia Tarasova 2(4)

Provisional Recommendations

Glossary of Terms Used in Extraction 38(5-6)

Glossary of Terms Used in Neurotoxicology 19(2), 22(3)

Source-Based Nomenclature for Single-Strand Homopolymers and Copolymers 38(5-6)

The Project Place

Accelerating the Participation and Leadership of Women in Chemistry 26(4)

Chemistry Beyond Chlorine 25(1)

The Emerging Problem of Novel Psychoactive Substances 24(1)

The Environmental and Health Challenges of E-Waste and its Management 22(4)

Increasing IUPAC’s Social Media Presence 22(3)

IYC 2011 Description and Analysis of Activities 23(4)

Measurement of Photoluminescence Quantum Yields 31(5-6)

Nomenclature for polymeric carriers bearing chemical entities with specific activities and names 30(5-6)

Nomenclature of Carbon Nanotubes and Related Substances 24(1)

Storing Energy: with special reference to renewable energy sources 30(5-6)

Terminology for Modeling and Simulation of Polymers 24(1)

Young Ambassadors for Chemistry (YAC) 32(5-6)

Stamps International by Daniel Rabinovich

The Chemistry of Vision 26(3)

The Discovery and Demise of Wodanium 28(4)

Let There Be light! 27(1)

Otto Wichterle: An Eye for Hydrogels 19(2)

Dreams Make Good Stories 3(5-6)

Where 2B & Y

Anatolian Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry, 16-19 March 2015, Antalya, Turkey 35(1)

Chemical Biography In the 21st Century, 9-12 September 2015, Aveiro, Portugal 36(1)

CHEMRAWN XX—Herbal Medicine for Health Care in the 21st Century, 6-9 November 2015, Dhaka, Bangladesh 3(3)

COSPAR 2016, 30 July—7 August 2016, Istanbul, Turkey 46(5-6)

Functional π-Electron Systems, 19-24 July 2015, Seattle, WA, USA 33(2)

Green and Microscale Chemistry, 27-29 May 2015, Ciudad de México, Mexico 33(2)

IUPAC’s role in achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals—2015 WCLM, 12 August 2015, IUPAC General Assembly, Busan, Korea 29(4)

Macromolecules & Materials, 7-10 September 2015, Port Elizabeth, South Africa 33(3)

Novel Aromatic Compounds, 5-10 July 2015, Madrid, Spain 34(2)

Research in Chemical Education, 22-27 November 2015, University of Venda, Thohoyandou, South Africa 34(3)

Research in Chemical Education, 22-27 November 2015, University of Venda, Thohoyandou, South Africa 31(4)

Selenium in the Environment and Human Health, 18-21 October 2015, Cuiaba, Brazil 36(1)

Trans Mediterranean Colloquium on Heterocyclic Chemistry, 12-15 November 2015, Antalya, Turkey 46(5-6)

Water and Life in the Universe, 9-13 November 2015, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil 35(1)


Brief guide to the nomenclature of inorganic chemistry (5-6)

Online erschienen: 2015-10-12
Erschienen im Druck: 2015-9-1

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