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IUPAC was saddened to learn of the following deaths (reported since 1 June 2009) of Union colleagues. We shall remember them with respect and gratitude for their service to IUPAC.
Prof. John R. de Laeter (Australia)—Commission on Isotopic Abundances and Atomic Weights: Member, 1987–1995, National Representative 1996–2001 and 2004–2009; Member, Subcommittee on Isotopic Abundance Measurements 2000–2010; Member, Subcommittee on Natural Assessment of Fundamental Understanding of Isotopes, 2010. (Died 19 August 2010)
Prof. Jerzy Haber (Poland)—Commission on Colloid and Surface Chemistry including Catalysis, National Representative, 1998–1999. (Died 1 January 2010)
Prof. Alfred Hartmann (Switzerland)—External Advisor to Finance Committee. (Died 19 May 2010)
Prof. Walter Heitz (Germany)—Macromolecular Division, Division President, 1989–1993; Member, Working Party on Polymer Liquids, 1989–1991.
Prof. Kazuyuki Horie (Japan)—Commission on Macromolecular Terminology, Associate Member, 1996–1997, Titular Member, 1998–2001; Macromolecular Division, Titular Member, 2002–2005; Member, Subcommittee on Polymer Terminology, 2002–2011. (Died 29 April 2011)
Prof. Arisztid Lajos Horváth (United Kingdom)—Subcommittee on Liquid Solubilities, Member, 2000–2001. (Died 4 February 2010)
Prof. Pan Ming Huang (Canada)—Commission on Fundamental Environmental Chemistry, Associate Member, 1994–1999, Titular Member, 2000–2001; Member, Subcommittee on Biophysico-Chemical Processes in Environmental Systems, 2002–2009; Chemistry and Environment Division, Associate Member, 2002–2005, Titular Member, 2006–2009; Representative of IUPAC on International Union of Soil Sciences, 2004–2009. (Died 13 September 2009)
Prof. H. Roy Krause (Canada)—Commission on Isotopic Abundances and Atomic Weights, Associate Member, 1985–1989, Titular Member, 1989–1997; Member, Subcommittee on Natural Isotopic Fractionation, 2000–2001); IUPAC Fellow since 2002. (Died 2 March 2010)
Prof. Emilio Kyburz (Switzerland)—Medicinal Chemistry Section Committee, Associate Member, 1998–2001.
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