Chemical Literature, Volume 11, Number 4, Winter 1959 Page: 3
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DIVISION PAPERS AVAILABLE FROM THE PHOTOCOPY SERVICE
Copies of the many fine papers which were presented at the 133rd, 134th, and 135th meetings, 1958, of the Division
of Chemical Literature are now available from the Photocopy Service. Alist of these papers and theircosts
are given below, as were copies of the papers presented at the 131st and 132nd meetings, 1957, listed on page 3
of the Fall 1959 Issue of Chemical Literature. Payment must accompany order. Please make checks payable to
Division of Chemical Literature and mail to Eugene Garfield Associates, 1122 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia
23, Pennsylvania. Remember to give the number of the paper requested as well as date and place of meeting.
133rd Meeting - January 1958, Pittsburgh
2 - Punched Cards in Chemical Documentation. A. Kent and A. Rees. $3.40.
9 - Division's Role in Helping the Laboratory Chemist Handle His Own Chemical Literature Work. R. S. Casey. $0.80.
11 - What the Division Can Do to Help Organizations Operate Effective Technical Information Services. M. P. Doss. $0.80.
12 - What the Division Can Do to Improve College Training in Chemical Literature. M. G. Mellon. $0.40.
13 - How Can the Division Activate more Members in its Operation and Progress? J. H. Fletcher. $0.60.
30 - How to Select Publications for Science-Technology Libraries. R. H. Phelps. $1.40.
31 - Cooperation and Planning in Buying Library Materials. W. H. Hyde. SL80.
32 - The Exchange Programs of Chemical Abstracts. D. B. Baker. $1.80.
33 - Research and the Technical Literature at Battelle. R. W. Gibson. $1.60.
134th Meeting - April 1958, San Francisco
.All of the papers presented at this meeting are, presumably, available gratis from the individual authors. Indeed, any
paper not listed for 1958 meetings means that the author will supply gratis copies. Refer to the program for listings of
these papers, many of which are still unpublished and contain much useful information. Any author who can no longer supply
gratis copies should advise the Photocopy Committee immediately and send a reproducible copy on transluscent paper.
135th Meeting - September 1958, Chicago
8 - Nomenclature of Carbohydrate. R. S. Tipson. $3.20.
13 - French Organic Chemical Nomenclature. N. Lozac'h. $2.40.
14 - Japanese Organic Chemical Nomenclature. Y. Urushibara. $1.80. (This paper contains extremely valuable diagrams, etc.
generously supplied by M. Nakamura of the Dow Chemical Company).
16 - Russian Chemical Nomenclature. J. F. Smith and M. Hoseh. $1.00
20 - Functions of Information Groups. B. H. Weil. $7.00.
22 - Establishing an Information Group. G. W. Duncan. $2.60.
31 - New Kinds of Indexes. C. L. Bernier. $3.40.
32 - Survey of Literature on Evaporation Suppression. G. B. Magin. $9.00.
35 - Translating Technical Literature. M. Anderson. $1,40.
36 - Information Research for Management. Evaluation of New Projects. E. Garfield and G. Szonyi. $2.00.
37 - Editing Organic Abstracts for Chemical Abstracts. R. E. Stobaugh. $1.60.
40 - Training of Patent Abstractors for Chemical Abstracts. G. 0. Platau. $1.80.
41 - An Index of Patents Pertaining to Organic Chemicals as New Compositions of Matter. G. L. Krueger, P. L. Tierman, and
M. B. Abbett. $1.40.
42 - Strengthening Foreign Trade Through Patent and Trade-Mark Treaties. Ralph E. Bucknam. $4.40.
44 - Technical Writing. Reporting Laboratory Research. L. Rice and C. H. Grogan. $2.00.
47 - Technical Writing. Requirements Placed on Scientific Journalists. A. D. Bliss. $1.20.
50R - Chemical Literature in the Soviet Union and Problems of Scientific and Technical Information on Chemistry. Kafarov.
$1.00. (This is English Translation).
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