Chemical Literature, Volume 3, Number 2, Summer 1951 Page: 1
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News Bulletin of the ACS Division of Chemical Literature
DIAMOND JUBILEE MEETING
HAS INTERNATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE
By M. P. DOSS
As befitting the 75th Anniversary of the American
Chemical Society, the Division of Chemical Literature
has arranged three very interesting symposia
for the Fall meeting in New York City.
Since this meeting will be international in
scope, an attempt has been made to make the symposia
as appealing as possible to our foreign
visitors. This is particularly true with respect
to the symposium on 'Chemical Nomenclature," for
which Austin M. Patterson has arranged for eight
papers from abroad out of 13 papers scheduled.
Similarly, J. W. Perry, chairman of the symposium
on "Mechanical Aids in Chemical Documentation,"
has three foreign speakers on his program. While
he has no foreign speakers on his symposium,
Robert S. Casey, chairman of the symposium on "The
Communication of Chemical Information" has had in
mind the international nature of this meeting and
has so slanted his program.
The Fall issue of Chemical Literature will contain
complete abstracts of the papers to be delivered
during these three symposia. The following
Preliminary listing of papers by title and author,
however, may serve to inform members of the excellence
of the New York program, so that they will
have sufficient time to make arrangements to
SYMPOSIUM ON CHEMICAL NOMENCLATURE
1. Introduction. Austin M. Patterson, Antioch
2. Letter of Greeting. A. F. Holleman, University
3. The Development of Inorganic Nomenclature
since Berzelius. W. P. Jorissen, University
4. Inorganic Chemical Nomenclature. Some Principles.
Henry Bassett, Tanganyika Geological
5. The Nomenclature of Coordination Compounds.
W. C. Fernelius, Pennsylvania State College.
6. Chemical Nomenclature in Britain Today.
R. S. Cahn and A. D. Mitchell, The Chemical
7. Nomenclature in the United States. E. J. Crane,
B. H. Weil. .. . . . . . . . .. .Editor
Ethyl Corporation Research Laboratories
J. W. Perry ..... ........Associate Editor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Byron A. Soule ............ Business Manager
University of Michigan
John C. Lane. ....... . Advertising Manager
Georgia Tech Engineering Experiment Station
Mary Alexander, Robert S. Casey, M. P. Doss, M. M. Gill,
Margaret H. Graham, Frances Jenkins, A. B. Johnson,
Allen Kent, Melville Ravely, Julian F. Smith
Robert S. Casey, E. J. Crane, Norman C. Hill,
Julian F. Smith
Published quarterly by the Division of Chemical Literature
of the American Chemical Society. Editorial office: Ethyl
Corporation Research Laboratories, 1600 West Eight Mile
Road, Ferndale 20, Detroit, Michigan. Advertising and publication
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8. Basic Features and Potentialities of Nomenclature
in Organic Chemistry. F. Richter,
9. Organic Chemical Nomenclature, Present and
Future. P. E. Verkade, Technische Hoogeschool,
Continued on Page Two
NOMINATIONS OF OFFICERS 4
DUE JUNE 15 4
Members are urged to use the nomination ballot
form which appears on PAGE THREE to send their .
nominations to the Division's secretary, .
Mr. Robert S. Casey.
THIS IS YOUR DIVISION
HELP CHOOSE YOUR OFFICERS 9
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