ACSDIC - A division of the American Chemical Society

The American Chemical Society
Division of Inorganic Chemistry

Advancing the Science of Inorganic Chemistry

The Division of Inorganic Chemistry, a division of The American Chemical Society, is dedicated to advancing the field of inorganic chemistry through supporting its practitioners and purveyors. The Division works to build and maintain relationships among inorganic chemists, arrange inorganic chemistry programs at professional meetings, and promote the teaching of inorganic chemistry at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our combined passion and dedication has made our organization the oldest Inorganic Chemistry organization in North America.

Upcoming Events

Feb 2024

Bioinorganic Periodic TableTalk February 21, 2024 - 02/21/24 at 11:45 am - 2:00 pm

Mar 2024

ACS Scholars Program - Application Period Ends March 1st! - 03/01/24 - 03/02/24 at All Day
ACS: Spring 2024 Event - New Orleans, LA - 03/17/24 - 03/21/24 at 12:00 am

Aug 2024

ACS: Fall 2024 Event - Denver, CO - 08/18/24 - 08/21/24 at 12:00 am

Nov 2024

ACS Scholars Program - Application Period Opens Nov 1st - 11/01/24 - 11/02/24 at 12:00 am

News & Recent Updates

Bioinorganic Subdivision Periodic TableTalk: February 21, 2024

February 7, 2024

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National Academies: Innovations in Catalysis to Address Modern Challenges, Abstracts Due Oct. 5th

September 13, 2022

The NAS Workshop for the Chemical Sciences Roundtable on “Innovations in Catalysis to Address Modern Challenges” will be a hybrid meeting (in-person and virtual) in Washington DC. It will be held October 24-25. In addition to a topically diverse set of speakers, the Workshop is seeking submissions from the catalysis community on short 3-minute presentations…

2022 ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry Early Career Industrial Investigator Award recipient

June 21, 2022

Congratulations to Dr. Aaron Sattler (ExxonMobil Technology & Engineering Company), the recipient of the 2022 ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry Early Career Industrial Investigator Award. This award recognizes Aaron’s research on mechanistic C-H bond activation and H/D exchange, advancing research on catalysis and materials development for applied industrially relevant processes, such as alkane dehydrogenation.