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Chemical Society

The Chemical Society was formed in 1841 (then named the Chemical Society of London) as a result of increased interest in scientific matters.

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Society Of Chemical Industry - History
... Helens and Runcorn to consider the formation of a chemical society ... Modelled on the successful Tyne Chemical Society already operating in Newcastle, the newly proposed South Lancashire Chemical Society held its first meeting on 29 January 1880 in ... It was quickly decided that the society should not be limited to just the local region and the title 'the Society of Chemical Industry’ was finally settled upon ...
Luis E. Miramontes - Selected Publications Related To His Invention
1951 Journal Of The American Chemical Society 73 (7) 3540-3541 Steroids.22. 1951 Journal Of The American Chemical Society 73 (3) 990-991. 1953 Journal Of The American Chemical Society 75 (16) 4117-4118 Steroids.69 ...
Arie Jan Haagen-Smit - Honors
1950 the Fritizche award of American Chemical Society 1964 the Tolman Award of American Chemical Society He was the trustee of the American Chemical Society ...
Chemmedchem
... It is co-owned by the 14 European chemical society members of ChemPubSoc Europe and is published by Wiley-VCH ... The first volume was published at the beginning of 2006 under the two founding chemical societies, the German Chemical Society (GDCh) and the Italian ... Since then, 12 additional chemical societies have joined in co-ownership of the journal ...
Chemical Society
... The Chemical Society was formed in 1841 (then named the Chemical Society of London) as a result of increased interest in scientific matters ... discussion of discoveries and observations, an account of which shall be published by the Society" ... which added to its role in the advancement of science, the development of chemical applications in industry ...

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