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Guidelines for Preparing Abstracts

Guidelines for Preparing Abstract and Papers Scientific papers to be presented at the conference will be selected from abstracts submitted to the Scientific Programmes Committee. The abstracts are evaluated on the basis of the information supplied on the abstract form in accordance with the following criteria: The proposed paper must contribute to E-waste and or chemistry in its broad forms or be of immediate application to solving world problems. Data in the abstract must be scientifically and technically correct. The substance of the proposed paper must not have had prior journal publication or......

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Call for Reviewers

Call for volunteers to help in reviewing papers for the CHEMRAWN XXII E-Waste In Africa Conference in conjunction with and the 44th Annual International Conference of the Chemical Society of Nigeria (AIC), scheduled to hold from 7 -11 November 2021 at Yard 158, Oregun, Lagos, Nigeria CHEMRAWN a Committee of IUPAC in conjunction with The Chemical Society of Nigeria are pleased to call for volunteers who will review papers submitted for the forth coming CHEMRAWN XXII E-Waste In Africa Conference in conjunction with and the 44th Annual International Conference of the Chemical Society......

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CHEMRAWN XXII E-Waste in Africa Conference and 44th Annual International Conference of the Chemical Society of Nigeria

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS CHEMRAWN XXII E-Waste in Africa Conference & 44th Annual International Conference of The Chemical Society of Nigeria YARD 158, OREGUN, LAGOS-NIGERIA   | 9-11 NOVEMBER 2021 HYBRID EVENT: VIRTUAL/LIMITED-IN-PERSON CHEMRAWN a Committee of IUPAC in conjunction with The Chemical Society of Nigeria are pleased to announce CHEMRAWN XXII E-Waste In Africa Conference and the 44th Annual International Conference of the Chemical Society of Nigeria (AIC), scheduled to hold from 9 -11 November 2021 at Yard 158, Oregun, Lagos, Nigeria. Theme:  “ Global Electrical & Electronic Waste: Health Hazards For Africa”. Sub......

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