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North American Calorimetry Conference


Biographical history

The North American Calorimetry Conference (CALCON) (1945-) is the premier collegial forum for the dissemination of current research and state-of-the-art technologcial developments in calorimetry and thermodynamics.

CALCON participants represent a broad cross-section of scientists in academia, government, and industry whose research interests primarily focus on the development and application of calorimetric methods and/or thermochemical techniques. Papers presented at CALCON span a diverse range of disciplines within the fields of biology, chemistry, and physics as well as emerging areas of research at the interface of core disciplines.

Citation:, via WWW, December 7, 2017 (North American Calorimetry Conference; premier collegial forum for research and tech developments; participants scientist in academia, gov; focus on develop; range of disciplines; biology; chemistry; physics; interface of core disciplines).

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

North American Calorimetry Conference abstracts and programs

 Collection — Carton 1: [Barcode: 31197231243483]
Identifier: UA 717
Scope and Contents

Contains the abstracts, programs and other information on the successive calorimetry conferences.

Dates: 1968

Reed M. Izatt conferences and symposiums, 1952-2008

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 5654 Series 2
Scope and Contents

Contains schedules and itineraries, official correspondence, programs, and photographs related to the various chemistry-related conferences and symposiums that Izatt attended and helped organize from 1952-2008. The conferences and symposiums were held in many locations across North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Notable among the conferences was the Calorimetry conference hosted at Brigham Young University.

Dates: 1952-2008

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