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June 26th, 2007

234th ACS National Meeting

Abstract:
Boston, Aug. 19-23

The history of the Freedom Trail, the museums, theater, whale watching, restaurants, Fenway Park, and much more are what make Boston an exciting location for the American Chemical Society's 234th national meeting. The ACS president, 31 technical divisions, one secretariat, and five committees will host the original programming in 844 half-day oral sessions and 97 poster sessions. More than 9,000 papers will be presented.

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