Chemical Society of Nigeria

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Chemical Society of Nigeria

The Chemical Society of Nigeria (CSN) was established in 1971. It is the umbrella body of all Chemists in Nigeria which, in addition to other things, looks to secure the expert enthusiasm of physicists and also advance the engendering, study and routine of the study of science in Nigeria. The Society right now has its branches (called "Sections") in around thirty states the nation over. An endeavor at following the historical backdrop of the CSN will be inadequate without at the same time following the historical backdrop of science instruction and practice in Nigeria. Records have it that the British provincial government in 1931 set up the Department of Government Chemists/Laboratory, at first to dissect water and different consumables accessible then and exhortation the Government on their wellbeing. In any case, past the exercises that occurred in the said Department/Laboratory, very little was thought about the science calling in Nigeria; nor was any endeavor made by physicists themselves around then to meet up to shape an expert affiliation that would work for and ensure their normal interest. Later on in 1948, the University College, Ibadan, was built up as a College of the University of London and one of the principal offices in its Faculty of Science was the Department of Chemistry. Suffice is to say that the previously mentioned Department of Government Chemist and the Chemistry Department of the University of Ibadan were the underlying focuses of Chemistry exercises in Nigeria.

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