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see International Union of Pure and Applied ChemistryInternational 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.
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IUPAC

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This is the first academic award jointly established by a Chinese enterprise and IUPAC. The award covers all relevant topics in the field of green chemistry, and mainly recognizes the contributions of the winners in the work of green chemistry.
In such cases, 90% confidence interval may be calculated as per the recommendations in the Table 1 of the IUPAC document.
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IUPAC, considered one of the most prominent authorities on chemical sciences and their application to industry, is a non-governmental organisation including member chemists from around the world.
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Compounds that are to be registered after the December 1 REACH deadline, but which must provide the EU chemicals agency information about their classifications and labels by January 3, 2011, can claim their chemical's International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) name to be confidential under certain circumstances, the agency said.