Reference numberCMB/93
TitleProblems of Publication in Chemistry Committee
Date1957 to 1958
DescriptionCommittee appointed at Council meeting of 20 June 1957 ' to consider investigating general problems of publication in chemistry such as the assimilation of a large amount of material currently being published and the problems of publishers of papers and reviews. The following were appointed members of the Committee and have agreed to serve ; Professor A R J P Ubbelehde (Chairman), Sir Alfred Egerton, Professor E L Hirst, Professor W T J Morgan, Dr F L Rose, Dr H W Thompson. '

Meetings held;
1. 17 October 1957 Agenda
2. Copy of letter J R Ruck Keene - Dr Martin
3. Chemical society -paper
4. Memorandum by Chairman and Appendix I and II
5. 17 October 1957 - Minutes
6. 12 December 1957 - Agenda
7. 12 Decem ber 1957
8. 4 February 1958 - Agenda
9. Paper on Xerography
10. Work of ICSU Abstracting Board
11. Copyright and Scientific Periodicals
12. Chemical Documentation systems
13. 4 February 1958 - Minutes
14. Memorandum by Chairman
15. Reprint Schemes
16. 29 April 1958 - Agenda
17. Report - Draft section re technical mattersd
18. Comments by Dr F L Rose on memo by Chairman
19. 29 April 1958 - Minutes
20. 3 June 1958 - Agenda
21 Draft Report to Council
22. Copy of letter (Ruck keene - Martin)
23. Addenda to Draft Report
24. Note on Central Agency
25. 3 June 1958 - Minutes
26. Second draft report to Council
27. Report to Council
Extent1 volume
Access statusOpen
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