By Vincenzo Balzani, Paola Ceroni (auth.), Prof. Luigi Fabbrizzi, Prof. Antonio Poggi (eds.)
This quantity is predicated at the Lectures offered on the assembly "Chemistry at the start of the 3rd Millennium", wh ich used to be held in Pavia, Italy, in the course of the interval 7-10 October, 1999. The assembly concerned the participation of scientists from German and ltalian Universities of the 'Coimbra Group'. The 'Coimbra Group', wh ich was once based in 1987, gathers the main historical and prestigious eu Universities, with the purpose to advertise projects in either learn and instructing and to supply instructions for the development and improvement of the collage method. German and Italian Universities in the Coimbra crew suggest each year a subject matter for clinical dialogue, which originates a gathering to be held in a German or Italian college. The assembly in Pavia used to be the 5th of the sequence and these of Bologna (1995), Jena (1996), Siena (1997), Heidelberg (1998). each one assembly is focused on a subject from both humanistic or typical sciences and is composed in aseries of lectures awarded through unique scientists from the six participanting Universities. For the Pavia assembly, the guidance Committee selected Chemistry because the subject and accrued researchers with event in just about all fields of chemistry. specifically, through the assembly, lectures have been awarded on many updated topics of chemistry, together with: fabrics technological know-how, superconductors, supramolecular chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, fullerenes, liquid crystals, photoinduced electron move, and so on. the several issues have been lined via unusual and renown researchers of many of the fields.
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