Chemical Literature, Volume 21, Number 1, Spring 1969 Page: 1
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-. -CHEMICAL LITERATURE
Vol. 21, No. 1
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CALL FOR PAPERS FOR NEW YORK, 1969,
AND TORONTO, 1970
Deadline for receipt of abstracts of general
papers for the New York, September 1969,
meeting is May 19, 1969. The next opportunity
for general papers will be Fall 1970 since
the Toronto meeting will be limited to invited
Send four copies of a 200-word abstract to
the Program Chairman, Dr. F. K. Broome,Abbott
Laboratories, North Chicago, Illinois 60064,
with at least one copy on the standard ACS abstract
form for the New York meeting.
There will be three symposia at New York:
User Forum on Microforms, B. H. Weil, Esso
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The Toronto program is being developed on
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Chemical Technology, Dr. Herman Skolnik, ACS
cochairman, 14 Blue Rock Road, Edgewood Hills,
Wilmington, Dela. 19809. Any program plans
for the meeting must be submitted to.DX.'. Skolnik
by October 15.
DIVISION OFFICERS FOR 1969
C. M. BOWMAN, chairman
F. K. BROOME, chairman-elect
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421 pages, 12 figures, 1969
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Indirect evidence of their existence
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Handbook treatment of Nickel is concluded
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