Association of Czech Chemical Societies
The Association of Czech Chemical Societies (ASČCH, Cz. Asociace českých chemických společností) was established in 1998 under the Agreement of establishing ASČCH, which together included: Czech Chemical Society (CSCH), Czech Society of Industrial Chemistry (ČSPCH), Czech Society of Chemical Engineering (ČSCHI) and the Czech Committee for chemistry (ČKCH, Czech affiliate of IUPAC). The Association was established as a joint representative and coordinating body of the Contracting Parties and is without legal personality. It is an open institution, accessible extensions of other organizations, associations and legal persons with a positive attitude towards chemistry. A prerequisite for memberships is an agreement with the content of the contract on creation of the Association in 1998. In 2002 the Central Commission of Chemistry Olympiad (ÚKCHO) became a member and in 2003 a collaboration with the Association of Chemical Industry (SCHP) began which brings together primarily chemical production enterprises in the Czech Republic. Also a result of this collaboration, the journal Chemické listy was founded.
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