Division of Inorganic Chemistry

INOR

D. C. Crans, Program Chair
B. T. Donovan-Merkert, Program Chair
Salt Palace Convention CenterSunMonTueWedThu
Organometallic SynthesisA A  
Coordination Chemistry: ApplicationsA P  
Computational ChemistryA    
Green Nanoscience** (COLL, POLY, and NANO)A    
F. Albert Cotton Award in Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of Kenneth D. KarlinD D  
ACS Award in Inorganic Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of Daniel G. Nocera: Multi-electron Redox Reactions: Where Transition Metals ReignD    
Chemistry of MaterialsD    
Inorganic SpectroscopyD    
Nanoscience: Characterization and Applications** (COLL, POLY, and NANO)PPD  
Organometallic ChemistryP PP 
Bioinorganic Chemistry: DNA and RNAP    
Main Group ChemistryP    
Bioinorganic Chemistry: DNA and RNAE    
Chemistry of MaterialsE    
Computational ChemistryE    
Coordination Chemistry: SynthesisE    
General Inorganic ChemistryE    
Organometallic Chemistry: ApplicationsE    
ACS National Awards in Inorganic Chemistry: Plenary Session A   
Coordination Chemistry of NO and its Implication for Metabolism, Imaging and Toxicity PAA 
ACS Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of Alan H. Cowley PD  
Coordination Chemistry: Synthesis P A 
ACS Award in Inorganic Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of Daniel G. Nocera: Multi-electron Redox Reactions: Where Transition Metals Reign P   
ACS Award in Organometallic Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of Odile Eisenstein** (WCC) P   
Materials Synthesis P   
Organometallic Chemistry: Applications P   
Sci-Mix E   
Materials Applications  A  
Undergraduate Research at the Frontiers of Inorganic Chemistry** (CHED)  DA 
Capturing and Storing Solar: Inorganic Chemistry to the Rescue  DD 
Inorganic Catalysts  PD 
Coordination Chemistry of NO and its Implication for Metabolism, Imaging and Toxicity  E  
Green Nanoscience** (COLL, POLY, and NANO)  E  
Inorganic Spectroscopy  E  
Main Group Chemistry  E  
Materials Applications  E  
Materials Synthesis  E  
Nanoscience Synthesis** (COLL, POLY, and NANO)  E  
Organometallic Chemistry  E  
Organometallic Synthesis  E  
Bioinorganic Chemistry: Enzymes   D 
General Inorganic Chemistry   D 
Coordination Chemistry of NO and its Implication for Metabolism, Imaging and Toxicity   P 
Nanoscience Synthesis** (COLL, POLY, and NANO)   P 
Bioinorganic Chemistry: Enzymes   E 
Coordination Chemistry: Applications   E 
Inorganic Catalysts   E 
Nanoscience: Characterization and Applications** (COLL, POLY, and NANO)   E 
Solid State Chemistry   E 
Undergraduate Research at the Frontiers of Inorganic Chemistry** (CHED)   E 
Co-sponsored Symposia:
Selecting a co-sponsored symposia will take you outside of the current Committee, Secretariat or Division
 
Nanotechnology and the Environment: Emphasis on Green Nanotechnology* (IEC)D DDA
Green Chemistry* (YCC) A   
Applications in Nanoscience* (COLL) DPDD
Naturally Nano* (CHED)  D  
Geochemical Processes, Reactivity, and Applications of Manganese Oxides* (GEOC)  P D
Advances in Teaching Inorganic Chemistry* (CHED)   P 
See complete list of sessions

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A = AM; P = PM; D = AM/PM;
E = EVE; DE = AM/PM/EVE; PE = PM/EVE;
* Cosponsored symposium, primary organizer(s) shown in parentheses.
** Primary organizer, cosponsoring organizer(s) shown in parentheses.
Indicates a cooperative cosponsorship.