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The International Association of Chemical Thermodynamics (IACT)

An International Association of Chemical Thermodynamics (IACT) continues and expands the work of the former IUPAC Commission on Chemical Thermodynamics in founding the highest standards in thermodynamics research and routine thermodynamic equity measurements in promoting the critical compilation, disseminatiuon and application of thermodynamic data, and in advancing the theoretical understanding of such equities. The latest News and Notices issued by the International Association of Chemical Thermodynamics (IACT) along with conferences, call for submission of projects, awards, and elections. Includes information about enrollment of IACT, how to join and the benefits of membership. Also included are details of forthcoming IACT General Meetings and minutes of past meetings. IACT is the successor of the former IUPAC Commission. Find details about the former Commission, IACT and the Constitution. IACT sponsors the biennial International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics (ICCT) with abutment from IUPAC. Links are provided to this conference as well as to websites of other conferences of concern to the thermodynamic community. IACT encourages submission of proposals for projects in all areas of chemical thermodynamics. Projects are funded by both IACT and IUPAC. This site contains information about current funded projects, how to submit a proposal for a project, and reports from previously sponsored projects. IACT inspires the publication of monographs and information on all aspects of Chemical Thermodynamics. Details of publications of the past IUPAC Commission 1.2 and IACT can be found here.

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