6th Heron Island conference on reactive intermediates and unusual molecules

Wentrup, Curt and Williams, Craig (2014) 6th Heron Island conference on reactive intermediates and unusual molecules. Australian Journal of Chemistry, 67 3: 317-319. doi:10.1071/CH14041

Author Wentrup, Curt
Williams, Craig
Title 6th Heron Island conference on reactive intermediates and unusual molecules
Journal name Australian Journal of Chemistry   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0004-9425
Publication date 2014-03-13
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1071/CH14041
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Volume 67
Issue 3
Start page 317
End page 319
Total pages 3
Place of publication Collingwood, VIC, Australia
Publisher C S I R O Publishing
Language eng
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The 6th Heron Island Conference on Reactive Intermediates and Unusual Molecules – Synthesis and Mechanism was held at the Heron Island Resort on the Great Barrier Reef, 7–13 July 2013, with some 80 scientists in attendance from all over the world, presenting highlights of their work in lecture and poster format. These meetings, which enjoy an excellent international reputation, present unique opportunities for interaction between Australian and overseas chemists in subject areas varying from organic synthesis to reaction mechanism, computational and theoretical chemistry, physical/materials chemistry, inorganic chemistry, biological/medicinal chemistry, and spectroscopy.

This issue of Aust. J. Chem. presents a collection of papers authored by delegates at the meeting and comprise a wide range of topics...
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Institutional Status UQ

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