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Three promising young chemists have received funding to travel to international conferences as part of the Canadian National Committee of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (CNC-IUPAC) travel awards program:
Professor Doug Reeve, chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry at the University of Toronto, is the short course chair.
In February, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) released a new roster of proposed names for the elements numbered 104 to 109: rutherfordium (104), dubnium (105), seaborgium (106), bohrium (107), hassium (108), and meitnerium (109).
Editors Chakraborty and Ledwani present readers with a collection of research papers and scholarly articles examining various contemporary problems in experimental, theoretical, and applied chemistry. The nineteen selections that make up the main body of the text are devoted to the magnetic field effect on photoinduced interactions, plasma chemistry as a tool for eco-friendly processing of cotton textile, eco-friendly products as corrosion inhibitors for aluminum, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
In collaboration with the university's Teaching and Learning Support and summer student Melissa Daviau-Duguay, Flynn created an interactive website that allows users to practice drawing more than 200 chemical structures based on their International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) names.
The increasing number of applications of relativistic quantum chemistry suggests that relativistic many-electron calculations of molecular properties will grow in importance in the coming years, according to Hirao (applied chemistry, U.
In what some chemists furiously call "a surprise move," a committee of the International Union of Pure & Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) recommended renaming several "transfermium" elements, those with atomic numbers above 100.
The team includes professors, scientists, technologists and researchers (Ph.D and M.Phil) to conduct R and D activities in different fields which cover almost all products related to engineering, applied physics and applied chemistry.
The MPhil degrees were awarded to Sundus Sahbbir (Applied Chemistry), Irfan Ahmed (Chemistry), Kulsoom Javaid (Chemistry HEJ), Kashif Riaz (Applied Chemistry), Shaheen Akhter (Nematology NNRC), Humera Sultana (Economics), Uzma Tabassum, Munazah Nazeer, Lubna Naz, Usama Ather (Applied Economic Research Centre), Bibi Zareena (Chemistry HEJ), Aatika Sikandar (Nematology NNRC), Syed Raza Mehdi Rizvi (Botany).
The sections cover applied chemistry research notes, composite technology, polymer chemistry, and special topics.

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