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Pure Appl. Chem. Vol. 76, No. 10, pp. 1809-1931 (2004)

Pure and Applied Chemistry

Vol. 76, Issue 10


Solution Chemistry

IUPAC Recommendations and Technical Reports

Plenary lectures presented at the 28th International Conference on Solution Chemistry, Debrecen, Hungary, 23-28 August 2003

Preface, G. Pálinkás and G. Jancsó

Building a molecular-level picture of the ultrafast dynamics of the charge-transfer-to-solvent (CTTS) reaction of sodide (Na�)
I. B. Martini, E. R. Barthel, and B. J. Schwartz
p. 1809 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 405KB]

Past, present and futute of cyclodextrin research
J. Szejtli
p. 1825 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 456KB]

From molecular modules to modular materials
D. G. Kurth, S. Liu, and D. Volkmer
p. 1847 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 938KB]

Acid-base properties of purine residues and the effect of metal ions: Quantification of rare nucleobase tautomers
H. Sigel
p. 1869 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 360KB]

Molecular devices
V. Balzani, P. Ceroni, and B. Ferrer
p. 1887 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 723KB]

Pyridinium N-phenolate betaine dyes as empirical indicators of solvent polarity: Some new findings
C. Reichardt
p. 1903 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 370KB]

IUPAC Recommendations and Technical Reports

Compilation of k0 and related data for NAA in the form of electronic database (IUPAC Technical Report)
V. P. Kolotov and F. De Corte
p. 1921 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 193KB]

Report from a SCOPE/IUPAC project: Implication of Endocrine Active Substances for Humans and Wildlife (J. Miyamoto and J. Burger, editors). Other reports are published in Pure Appl. Chem. 75, 1617-2615 (2003).
Workshop 1.6: QSAR and related procedures for prescreening and predicting potential endocrine-active compounds
T. Fujita
p. 1927 [Abstract] [full text - pdf 143KB]


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