Organizations for Finishing and Electrochemistry and Specialty and fine chemicals Guide - Chemicals Review

World Fuel Cell Council
Promotes the rapid commercialization of fuel cell technology worldwide.
North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology
Organization of physicians, scientists and allied professionals throughout the world dedicated to the study and the management of cardiac arrhythmias.
Chlorine Chemistry Council
Business council of chlorine and chlorinated product manufacturers who strive to achieve policies that promote the continuing, responsible uses of chlorine and chlorine-based products.
National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE)
Professional technical society dedicated to protecting the environment, promoting public safety, and reducing the economic impact of corrosion by advancing the knowledge of corrosion engineering and science.
Royal Society of Chemistry: Electrochemistry Group
Based in the UK. Represents and coordinates the interests of a very wide range of scientists involved with all aspects of electrochemistry.
The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS)
Promotes the global science and engineering professions concerned with minerals, metals and materials.
Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry
Promotes advances in both basic and applied research in electroanalysis.
Electrochemical Society
International nonprofit, educational organization concerned with a broad range of phenomena relating to electrochemical and solid state science and technology.
The Metal Finishing Association (MFA)
UK-based organization serving the interests of companies involved in the finishing of metals, including the metallic finishing of plastics and surface treatment processes.
Electrophoresis Society
Promotes scientific advancement in electrophoretic theory and applications.
Electrocoat Association
Non-profit trade association to promote the environmental and economic benefits of electrocoat technology.
National Hydrogen Association (NHA)
Fosters the development of hydrogen technologies and their utilization in industrial and commercial applications and promotes the transition role of hydrogen in the energy field.
American Electroplaters & Surface Finishers Society (AESF)
International non-profit society that advances the science of surface finishing to benefit industry and society through education, information and social involvement.
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