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IUPAC Standards Online

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    • Useful: IUPAC’s standards and recommendations easily discoverable
    • Comprehensive: standard values and procedures, nomenclature, terminology and symbols in chemistry, properties of elements
    • Smart: topical structure, advanced search, cross-linked entries
    • Interactive Periodic Table enables to extract element-specific information
    • InChI search to selectively retrieve the information related to certain chemical compounds
    • Non-restrictive DRM – allows for an unlimited number of simultaneous users campus / institution-wide

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    IUPAC Standards Online is a database built from IUPAC’s standards and recommendations, which are extracted from the journal Pure and Applied Chemistry (PAC). The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) is the organization responsible for setting the standards in chemistry that are internationally binding for scientists in industry and academia, patent lawyers, toxicologists, environmental scientists, legislation, etc. “Standards” are definitions of terms, standard values, procedures, rules for naming compounds and materials, names and properties of elements in the periodic table, and many more. The database is the only product that provides for the quick and easy search and retrieval of IUPAC’s standards and recommendations which until now have remained unclassified within the huge Pure and Applied Chemistry archive.

    For the current issue of Pure and Applied Chemistry please click here.

    Covered topics:

    • Analytical Chemistry
    • Biochemistry
    • Chemical Safety
    • Data Management
    • Education
    • Environmental Chemistry
    • Inorganic Chemistry
    • Materials
    • Medicinal Chemistry
    • Nomenclature and Terminology
    • Nuclear Chemistry
    • Organic Chemistry
    • Physical Chemistry
    • Theoretical & Computational Chemistry
    • Toxicology


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