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The politics and practice of sustainable chemistry in the United
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The politics and practice of sustainable chemistry in the United

The Royal Society of Chemistry

13 pages · 3.20 EUR
(January 2007)

 
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Introduction:

The Royal Society of Chemistry has been in existence since the formation of the Chemical Society of London in 1841. During this time the Chemical Society had a number of distinguished presidents, perhaps none more so than in 1861 when distinguished German chemist August Wilhelm von Hofmann was elected President. ... Today the RSC’s work spans a wide range of activities connected with the science and profession of chemistry. It is actively involved in the spheres of education, qualifications and professional conduct. It runs conferences and meetings at both national and local level. It is a major publisher, and is internationally regarded as a provider of chemical databases. In all its work, the RSC is objective and impartial, and it fulfils a role independent of government, trade associations and trade unions. It is recognised throughout the world as an authoritative voice of chemistry and chemists.


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Nachhaltige Chemie
Michael Angrick, Klaus Kümmerer, Lothar Meinzer (Hg.):
Nachhaltige Chemie
the author
Jeff Hardy

Manager, Environment, Sustainability and Energy at the Royal Society of Chemistry. Responsible for science policy relating to sustainable water, sustainable energy, green chemical technology and chemistry of the natural environment.