Volume 234 Issue 5331, 31 December 1971

Opinion

Old World

New World

News & Views

Chemical Society Supplement

  • Chemical Society Supplement |

    On January 1, 1972, some forty-two thousand chemists will become fellows of the Chemical Society which, although retaining its old charter, will assume a new role, uniting the membership of the old Chemical Society, the Royal Institute of Chemistry, the Faraday Society and the Society for Analytical Chemistry.

    • GEORGE PORTER
  • Chemical Society Supplement |

    In this article Sir Harold Hartley describes some of the early growth of chemistry and of the chemical industry.

    • HAROLD HARTLEY
  • Chemical Society Supplement |

    Dr Barrett examines the likely development of the chemical industry during this decade. Any assessment of current and likely future trends must take into account the fact that the industry is not a unified whole; it comprises several principal sectors, each operating in a distinct manner. But the industry's most outstanding feature has, nevertheless, been dynamic growth.

    • JACK W. BARRETT
  • Chemical Society Supplement |

    The late Professor Sir Ronald Nyholm, Professor M. Stacey and Professor J. W. Linnett give their views about the future development of the three traditional disciplines of chemistry.

    • RONALD NYHOLM
    • , M. STACEY
    •  & J. W. LINNETT
  • Chemical Society Supplement |

    Each of the bodies that will be brought together in the new Chemical Society has a distinguished history. Many of the well established traditions will be continued by the divisions of the new society.

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Correspondence

  • Correspondence |

    • TEFKO SARACEVIC
    • , VLADIMIR RUS
    • , MICHAEL S. PAP
    • , DUSKO I. DUISIN
    •  & VICTOR KOLUDROVICH

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