The research is published in the Canadian Journal of Chemistry.
What does CJC stand for?
CJC stands for Canadian Journal of Chemistry (est. 1929)
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We have 93 other meanings of CJC in our Acronym Attic
- Conservatoire et Jardins Botaniques de Nancy (French: Nancy Conservatory and Botanical Gardens; Nancy, France)
- Consiliul Judetean Bistrita-Nasaud (Romanian: County Council Bistrita-Nasaud)
- Caribbean Jewel Beach Resort
- California Junior Bull Riders Association
- Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science (various universities)
- Coastal Jazz and Blues Society (Canada)
- Cal Japan Club (University of California, Berkeley)
- Camberley Judo Club (martial arts; UK)
- Canadian Jewish Congress (Congrès Juif Canadien)
- Canadian Joint Council
- Canadian Journal of Communication
- Canadian Judicial Council
- Canberra Japan Club (est. 1997)
- Catholic Junior College (Singapore)
- Central Johannesburg College (South Africa)
- Certified Junior Culinarian (American Culinary Federation)
- Chicago Jobs Council
- Chief Justice of Canada
- Clinton Junior College (South Carolina)
- Coalition for Jubilee Clemency
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ober, Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 63, 209 (1985).
She has served as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for the Canadian Journal of Chemistry (2004-2009) and was one of four Canadian representatives on the Pacifichem 2010 Organizing Committee.
He is also an associate editor for Biochemistry and Cell Biology and the bioorganic editor for Canadian Journal of Chemistry.
Lipson has played a strong role in the Canadian chemical community and is currently senior editor of the Canadian Journal of Chemistry.
Canadian Journal of Chemistry 83:277-278 (2005) * (9.
He established a partnership between the CSC and the Canadian Journal of Chemistry (NRC) with the longer term objective of providing a publication arm to the Canadian chemical community that could be competitive with top journals in the world.
She is currently associate editor of Photochemistry and Photobiology and is a past physical-organic editor for Canadian Journal of Chemistry.