Guidelines for the Use of the Internet by IUPAC Bodies (Technical Report)
A N. Davies, Stephen R. Heller, J W. Jost
The rapid development of the Internet as a major communication tool between scientists has led to the need for co-ordinated IUPAC presence. Many diverse groups have already initiated distribution of IUPAC related material via their Web sites. These guidelines will provide the structure on which the official IUPAC Internet site maintained through the Secretariat will be based and rules governing the interaction between this central cite and various sites operated by other IUPAC bodies. Rules will also be published here for the operation of sites maintained by other bodies which contain IUPAC related information. The need for special care when making provisional recommendations widely available on the Internet will be underlined.
Pure and Applied Chemistry
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, Heller, S.
and Jost, J.
Guidelines for the Use of the Internet by IUPAC Bodies (Technical Report), Pure and Applied Chemistry
(Accessed December 7, 2023)