International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry


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International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry

(IUPAC), an international organization est. 1919 to advance the chemical sciences and contribute to the application of chemistry to the service of humanity. IUPAC is an association of national chemistry associations that is reponsible for the standardization of weights, measures, symbols, and terminology. It also publishes definitive atomic and chemical data and establishes standard methods for use in various laboratories.

International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry

(chemistry)
An international scientific (nongovernmental) organization, recognized as the world authority on chemical nomenclature, terminology, standardized methods for measurement, atomic weights, and many other critically evaluated data. Abbreviated IUPAC.
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We lead off our news section with a report on how the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry is incorporating into the table new information about the molecular weights of isotopes of some elements.
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International Bureau of Weights and Measures, International Electrotechnical Commission, International Organization for Standardization, International Organization of Legal Metrology, International Federation of Clinical Chemistry, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, International Union of Pure and Applied Physics.
The situation led the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry to conduct a tightly managed round-robin measurement study organized by NIST to attempt to reduce the uncertainties.
The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE:DOW) chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris announced today that the Company has partnered with the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) as the first global partner for the International Year of Chemistry (IYC) in 2011.
Element 112, a "superheavy" element with an atomic mass of 278, is officially named copernicium, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry announced February 19.
In charge of the events will be International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultura Organization (UNESCO).
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