Chemistry in New Zealand (CiNZ) is the professional journal of the NZIC. It is a quarterly publication that is distributed to members, libraries, and other subscribers with a circulation of approximately 1000. It is published in January, April, July and October.
Six months after an issue is produced, articles are available for download.
Chemical Processes in New Zealand
Chemical Processes in New Zealand is now available online for downloading. This second edition (1998) of our publication Chemical Processes in New Zealand is now out of print, but is still the most comprehensive account of the practice of chemistry in New Zealand. The book contains 17 sections with self-explanatory headings, and various numbers of articles (101 in all) under each heading.
Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES) Publications
The NZIC is also a partner society of the Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES) which publishes:
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP)
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP) is an international journal renowned as the journal of choice for fast publication of high quality research in the broad areas of physical chemistry, chemical physics and biophysical chemistry.
PCCP is owned and run by fifteen international learned and professional societies, and published by the Royal Society of Chemistry on a not-for-profit basis. The New Zealand Institute of Chemistry is now the sixteenth owner society. As an Owner Society, NZIC receives a royalty every time the journal publishes an article by a researcher based in New Zealand. PCCP features:
- High quality and high impact research
- Professional and friendly editorial services, with rigorous yet fair peer review, and rapid publication times
- No author charges, and authors may use free colour in papers. Submissions welcomed in almost any layout and electronic format.
- Extensive promotion of published articles, and truly international readership.
For more information, visit: Royal Society of Chemistry
Scientific Sleuthing – Chemical Discoveries made in New Zealand, has 16 stories of how NZ scientists successfully solved problems:
The cause of toxic honey ~ uses for our unique flora and fauna ~ paints that can withstand our harsh and temperamental climate ~ seeking treatments for cancer ~ developing new processes ~ discovering compounds and materials that perform in ways that earlier generations could not have imagined.
This is a book about New Zealand’s development, and about history being made right here, right now.