Malvern Instruments, Inc. - Analytical Chemistry (ACS Publications)


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• Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy. Pasadena, CA. Oct. 18-21. Papers are solicited in all areas of chemistry and applied spectroscopy, including atomic spectroscopy, biochemistry, catalysis, chemical education, surface analysis, X-ray crystallography, computers in chemistry, drug-abuse testing, electrochemistry, environmental chemistry, forensic chemistry, GC, LC, SFC, LC/MS, ICP/MS, IR, MS, hyphenated techniques, microscopy, molecular spectroscopy, NMR, photoacoustic spectroscopy, process IR, sample introduction techniques for atomic spectroscopy, SFC/MS, superfast spectroscopy, X-ray techniques, and thermal analysis. Authors should submit 150-200-word abstracts on standard ACS abstract forms to Harold Goldwhite, Program Chairman-ACS, Dept. of Chemistry, California State University, Los Angeles, CA 90032 (213-343-2300) or David West, Program Chairman—SAS, Dept. of Chemistry, Occidental College, 1600 Campus Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90041 (213-2592762). Deadline for submission of abstracts is June 19.

• Symposium on Modern Methods of Elemental Analysis of Petroleum Products and Lubricants. New Orleans, LA. Dec. 11-13. The symposium will focus on advances in instrumental methods for elemental analysis of petroleum-related products. Research or review-type contributions should describe work on the characterization of petroleum products by one or more analytical methods, including atomic absorption spectrometry, atomic emission spectrometry, ICP-AES, ICP/MS, ion chromatography, microelemental methods, neutron activation analysis, and X-ray fluorescence. Other topics of interest include analysis of wear metals and catalysts, standard reference materials, correlative methods, and methods comparison. Prospective authors should submit titles, 300-500 word abstracts, and ASTM paper submittal forms by May 1 to Dorothy Savini, ASTM, 1916 Race St., Philadelphia, PA 19103-1187 (215-299-5413). • International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (Pacifichem '89). Honolulu, HI. Dec. 17-22. Symposia topics include analytical ap-

plications of solid-state NMR; reactive organics in the atmosphere; direct and indirect additives to drinking water; analytical chemistry using surfactants; chemical and biochemical sensors; kinetic aspects in analytical chemistry; new frontiers in analytical atomic spectroscopy; solid phases in analytical chemistry; multidisciplinary approaches in biomedical trace element research; chemical and biochemical monitoring—environmental perspectives for the 1990s; crystallization as a separations process—theory and practice; and membrane separations. Papers will be considered for inclusion in symposia or for presentation in oral or poster general sessions. Prospective authors should submit abstracts of 250 words on the congress abstract form and longer abstracts of approximately 1000 words (plus tables and figures) by April 28 to Pacifichem '89 Secretariat, American Chemical Society, 1155 16th St., N. W., Washington, DC 20036 (202872-8069). The congress abstract form is available from CIC, 1785 Alta Vista Dr., Suite 300, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1G 3Y6 (613-526-4652).

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