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Texas A & M University Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program

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Works: 9 works in 19 publications in 1 language and 442 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings 
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Most widely held works by Texas A & M University
Oxygen complexes and oxygen activation by transition metals by Arthur E Martell( Book )

5 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 262 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

OXYGEN ACTIVATION BY TRANSITION METALSTHE CHEMISTRY AND ACTIVATION OF DIOXYGEN SPECIES (02, 02-·, AND HOOH) IN BIOLOGY; OXYGEN ACTIVATION BY NEUTROPHILS; MECHANISMS OF DIOXYGEN ACTIVATION IN METAL-CONTAINING MONOOXYGENASES: ENZYMES AND MODEL SYSTEMS; RADICAL CATION PATHWAYS FOR SELECTIVE CATALYTIC OXIDATION BY MOLECULAR OXYGEN; VANADIUM CATALYZED AUTOXIDATION OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE; COPPER CATALYZED OXIDATIVE CARBONYLATION OF METHANOL TO DIMETHYL CARBONATE
Industrial environmental chemistry : waste minimization in industrial processes and remediation of hazardous waste by Arthur E Martell( Book )

4 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 131 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This monograph consists of manuscripts submitted by invited speakers who participated in the symposium "Industrial Environmental Chemistry: Waste Minimization in Industrial Processes and Remediation of Hazardous Waste," held March 24-26, 1992, at Texas A & M University. This meeting was the tenth annual international symposium sponsored by the Texas A & M Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program (IUCCP). The program was developed by an academic-industrial steering committee consisting of the co-chairmen, Professors Donald T. Sawyer and Arthur E. Martell of the Texas A & M University Chemistry Department, and members appointed by the sponsoring companies: Bernie A. Allen, Jr., Dow Chemical USA; Kirk W. Brown, Texas A & M University; Abraham Clearfield, Texas A & M University; Greg Leyes, Monsanto Company; Jay Warner, Hoechst-Celanese Corporation; Paul M. Zakriski, BF Goodrich Company; and Emile A. Schweikert, Texas A & M University (IUCCP Coordinator). The subject of this conference reflects the interest that has developed in academic institutions and industry for technological solutions to environmental contamination by industrial wastes. Progress is most likely with strategies that minimize waste production from industrial processes. Clearly the key to the protection and preservation of the environment will be through R & D that optimizes chemical processes to minimize or eliminate waste streams. Eleven of the papers are directed to waste minimization. An additional ten papers discuss chemical and biological remediation strategies for hazardous wastes that contaminate soils, sludges, and water
Chemical aspects of enzyme biotechnology : fundamentals by Thomas O Baldwin( Book )

3 editions published between 1990 and 1991 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program has sponsored seven previous international symposia covering a wide variety of topics of interest to industrial and academic chemists. The eighth IUCCP symposium, held March 19-22, 1990, at Texas A & M University, represents a deviation from the former symposia, in that it is the first of a two-symposium series dedicated to the rapidly moving new field of industrial biochemistry that has beco~e known as biotechnology. Biotechnology is really not a new discipline, but rather is a term coined to describe the new and exciting commercial applications of biochemistry. The development of the field of biotechnology is a direct result of recombinant DNA technology, which began in earnest about 15 years ago. Today, we can routinely do experiments that were inconceivable in the early 1970's. Only comparatively simple technology available even in small laboratories is required to synthesize a gene and from it, to produce vast amounts of biological materials of enormous commercial value. These technical developments and others have stimulated increased activities in the field of enzyme biotechnology, using enzymes to catalyze "unnatural" reactions to produce complex molecules with stereochemical precision. It is true today, we can readily produce DNA fragments that will encode any amino acid sequence that we might desire, but at this point, our foundation of basic knowledge falls short. The dream of "designer enzymes" is still a fantasy, but the current wave of research activity and exciting new developments suggest that in the future the dream may become a reality
Metal-metal bonds and clusters in chemistry and catalysis by Texas A & M University( Book )

2 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Applications of enzyme biotechnology by Jeffery W Kelly( Book )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program (IUCCP) has sponsored eight previous international symposia covering a range of topics of interest to industrial and academic chemists. The ninth IUCCP Symposium, held March 18-21, 1991 at Texas A & M University was the second in a two part series focusing on Biotechnology. The title for this Symposium "Applications of Enzyme Biotechnology" was by design a rather all encompassing title, similar in some respects to the discipline. Biotechnology refers to the application of biochemistry for the development of a commercial product. Persons employed in or interested in biotechnology may be chemists, molecular biologists, biophysicists, or physicians. The breadth of biotech research projects requires close collaboration between scientists of a variety of backgrounds, prejudices, and interests. Biotechnology is a comparatively new discipline closely tied to new developments in the fields of chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology and medicine. The primary function of Texas A & M University is to educate students who will be appropriately trained to carry out the mission of biotechnology. The IUCCP Symposium serves as an important forum for fostering closer ties between academia and industry and exchanging ideas so important to this evolving area
Functional polymers by David E Bergbreiter( Book )

1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This monograph contains manuscripts, poster abstracts and summary statements representing the contributions of a group of scientists who participated in the sixth annual Texas A & M Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program (IUCCP) at Texas A & M University in College Station, Texas, March 22-24, 1988. This symposium on "Functional Polymers" was organized by a university-industrial steering committee consisting of Dr. D. Keene, Hoechst Celanese; Dr. D.E. McLemore, Dow Chemical Company; Dr. B. Frushour, Monsanto Company; Dr. S. Corley, Shell Development; Dr. F. Hoffstadt, BPAmerica; Dr. D.E. Bergbreiter, Texas A & M University; Dr. C.A.J. Hoeve, Texas A & M University; Dr. C.R. Martin, Texas A & M University; Dr. A. Clearfield, Texas A & M University; and Dr. A.E. Martell, Texas A & M University. The symposium itself was generously supported by the industrial companies participating in the IUCCP program. These sponsoring chemical companies include; Shell Development Company, Dow Chemical Company, BPAmerica, Monsato Company and Hoechst Celanese. The choice of "Functional Polymers" as the subject for this symposium reflects the rapid developments occurring in the broad field of polymer science and the potential for using polymeric derivatives in many new exciting and potentially profitable applications. The invited papers and submitted posters reflect the diversity of this field and include many different topics ranging from biomedical applications of polymers to conducting polymers to use of polymers as lithographic masks and recording media. General topics included in the symposium were: photoresponsive polymers, polymer blends, electronically conductive polymers, polymers catalysts, biomedical polymers and membrane transport and permeability
 
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Industrial environmental chemistry : waste minimization in industrial processes and remediation of hazardous waste
Alternative Names

controlled identityTexas A & M University. Department of Chemistry

I.U.C.C.P.

I.U.C.C.P. (Texas A & M University. Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program)

Industry University Cooperative Chemistry Program College Station, Tex

Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program of the Department of Chemistry, Texas A & M University

IUCCP

IUCCP (Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program of the Department of Chemistry, Texas A & M University)

IUCCP (Texas A & M University. Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program)

Texas A & M Industry-university cooperative chemistry program

Texas A & M university Department of chemistry Industry-university cooperative chemistry program

Texas A & M University. Dept. of Chemistry. Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program

Texas A & M university Industry-university cooperative chemistry program

Texas A and M University College Station, Tex Industry University Cooperative Chemistry Program

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English (19)

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Chemical aspects of enzyme biotechnology : fundamentalsMetal-metal bonds and clusters in chemistry and catalysisApplications of enzyme biotechnology