International Association of Chemical Societies

@article{InternationalAO,
  title={International Association of Chemical Societies},
  author={},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={89},
  pages={245-246}
}
  • Chemistry
  • Nature
International Association of Chemical Societies held its first formal meeting in Paris in April, 1911, when the delegates nominated by the French, German, and English Chemical Societies met and ratified the statutes of the association, the council of which as at first constituted consisted of Profs. Bélial, Hanriot, and Haller representing the Soci´t´ Chimique de France Profs. Jacobson, Ostwald, and Wichel-haus representing the Deutsche chemische Gesell-schaft, and Profs. Frankland, Meldola… 
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