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Post by jancancook on Mon Nov 07, 2011 6:39 am

After World War I, discussion ensued about the formation of a new permanent international chemistry society. At this time, the basic nomenclature of Organic compounds was established. However, a new organization needed to be established in order to continue work on the standardizing of chemistry.[9] This prompted the creation of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) in 1919. Since this time, IUPAC has been the official organization held with the responsibility of updating and maintaining official organic nomenclature.[12] One notable country excluded from the early IUPAC was Germany. Germany's exclusion was a result of prejudice towards Germans by the allied powers after World War I[13] Germany was finally admitted into IUPAC during 1929. However, Nazi Germany was removed from IUPAC during World War II

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