1997, Vol. 69, Issue 2
Physical Organic Chemistry for the 21st Century
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The first century of physical organic chemistry: A prologue
Physical organic chemistry in the 21st century: Will it be recognizable?
What will physical organic chemistry achieve in the 21st century?
Beyond the traditional confines: Physical organic chemistry in the 21st century
Physical organic chemistry in the twenty-first century: Evanescent or transcendent?
Kinetic and mechanistic studies of free radical reactions in the 21st century
QSPR as a means of predicting and understanding chemical and physical properties in terms of structure
The physical organic chemist as a materials scientist in the 21st century
Whither physical organic chemistry or to what degree does it really exist? A personal view
Physical organic chemistry. Electron transier chemistry. Molecular electrochemistry
Some personal views on the past and future of physical organic chemistry
The influence of physical organic chemistry on studies of organometallic complexes
IUPAC Technical Reports and Recommendations
Reporting of relative sulfur isotope-ratio data (Technical Report)
A statistical overview of standard (IUPAC and ACS) and new procedures for determining the limits of detection and quantification: Application to voltammetric and stripping techniques (Technical Report)