—Golden Year for Inorganic Chemistry “ACS Meeting News: Inorganic Chemistry turns 50, giving inorganic chemists a reason to pause and celebrate” At the American Chemical Society national meeting in Denver late last month, inorganic chemists convened as they usually do at national meetings to share their latest research results, catch up with old friends, and make new connections. But one symposium in the Division of Inorganic Chemistry offered them something different this time: an opportunity to celebrate a milestone, that of the 50th anniversary of their journal, ACS’s Inorganic Chemistry. Most of the chemists drawn to the symposium weren’t yet alive in 1962, the year Inorganic Chemistry came into existence.
by Stephen K. Ritter |
September 26, 2011