applied chemistry


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the application of the theories and principles of chemistry to practical purposes.

applied chemistry

the application of the study of chemical elements and compounds to industry and the arts.
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Chemists, mathematicians, and other contributors launch a five-volume series on modeling and calculation in applied chemistry and chemical engineering.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in collaboration with Russia-based PhosAgro and the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, has presented leading chemists from around the world with the latest round of grants for research in the field of green chemistry.
The remainder of the text, about twice as long, discusses novel developments in contemporary problems of theoretical and applied chemistry.
Mr Barrell is a graduate in applied chemistry, beginning his career with British Steel Plc for whom he worked in a number of production management positions.
Ben Tucker recently graduated from Teesside University with an applied chemistry degree, and at his graduation, he was named winner of the university's Teesside Science Award for outstanding academic achievement.
The company has provided 25 licences which are now being used by students at the university's Faculty of Materials Science and Applied Chemistry, Institute of Textile Materials Technology and Design.
The petrochemical industry has always been a primary beneficiary of the scientific advancement and innovative technologies of applied chemistry.
Li has received his Masters degree in Applied Chemistry and has worked in the industry with over ten years of experience with chemistry in manufacturing factories.
Dr Shanan Tobe, of Strathclyde's pure and applied chemistry department, said: "Our research has picked up DNA at very low levels and could be a significant breakthrough in wildlife crime.
In case you missed the news, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry and the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics recently added two new elements to the periodic table.
The review was conducted by a joint working party of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP).
These celebrations come in accordance with the UN General Assembly resolution during its 63rd meeting in 2008 and in response to an invitation from the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and UNESCO to celebrate the year 2011 as an international year for chemistry under the title "Chemistry is our Life and Future"

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