Reproduced from Pure Appl. Chem. 81(2): 351–353 & 81(4): 779 (2009) with permission from IUPAC.
Dispersity in polymer science (IUPAC Recommendation 2009)†
International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Polymer Division, Sub-Committee on Polymer Terminology‡
Version of Record online: 14 DEC 2009
Copyright © 2009 Society of Chemical Industry
Volume 59, Issue 1, pages 23–24, January 2010
How to Cite
Stepto, R. F. T. (2010), Dispersity in polymer science (IUPAC Recommendation 2009). Polym. Int., 59: 23–24. doi: 10.1002/pi.2748
Membership of the Subcommittee on Polymer Terminology during the preparation of this report was as follows: M. Barón (Argentina, Secretary until 2003); M. Hess (Germany, Chairman to 2005, Secretary, 2006–2007); R. G. Jones (UK, Secretary 2003–2005, Chairman, from 2006); T. Kitayama (Japan, Secretary, from 2008); G. Allegra (Italy); T. Chang (Korea); C. dos Santos (Brazil); A. Fradet (France); K. Hatada (Japan); J. He (China); K.-H. Hellwich (Germany); R.C. Hiorns (France); P. Hodge (UK); K. Horie (Japan); A. D. Jenkins (UK); J.-I. Jin (Korea); J. Kahovec (Czech Republic); P. Kratochvíl (Czech Republic); P. Kubisa (Poland); I. Meisel (Germany); W. V. Metanomski (USA); V. Meille (Italy); I. Mita (Japan); G. Moad (Australia); W. Mormann (Germany); C. Ober (USA); S. Penczek (Poland); L. P. Rebelo (Portugal); M. Rinaudo (France); I. Schopov (Bulgaria); M. Schubert (USA); F. Schué (France); V. P. Shibaev (Russia); S. S3omkowski (Poland); R. F. T. Stepto (UK); D. Tabak (Brazil); J.-P. Vairon (France); M. Vert (France); J. Vohlídal (Czech Republic); E. S. Wilks (USA); W. J. Work (USA).
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