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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.

News & Recent Updates

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Teaching inorganic chemistry remotely

By Joanne Stewart, 2020 DIC webmaster | March 31, 2020

This is a reminder of all of the great inorganic chemistry teaching resources on the VIPEr website. Or for answers to real-time questions (“Does anyone have data for the Job’s method lab?”), consider joining the VIPErPit on Discord, where a hearty group of inorganic chemists are solving one another’s remote teaching challenges in real time.…

Checking in with Inorganic Folks!

By Julie Kovacs, 2020 ACS-DIC chair | March 28, 2020

I wanted to both check in with everyone, and provide an update re: the San Francisco ACS meeting. At this point, we are proceeding as if the San Francisco meeting will occur, until we hear otherwise. The Plenary Awards session originally scheduled for Philly will occur on Monday morning in San Francisco. The Awards banquet…

Congratulations to Richard Brutchey

By Julie Kovacs, 2020 ACS-DIC chair | March 19, 2020

Congratulations to Richard Brutchey, the 2020 recipient of the Inorganic Nanoscience Award!