Corporate entry Australian Chemical Institute (ACI) (1917 - 1953)
North Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Association, Society or Membership Organisation and Chemical Industries
- North Melbourne, Victoria
First established in 1917, the Australian Chemical Institute (ACI) received a Royal Charter in 1932, but did not become known as the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) until 1953. The ACI initially consisted of a Victorian, New South Wales, Queensland and South Australian branch. In 1933 a Western Australian branch was formed followed by a Tasmanian one in 1940c.
- Business event - ACI becomes incorporated as a public company in New South Wales.
- Business event - Royal Charter received
- 1953 -
- Business event - Changes name to the Royal Australian Chemical Institute
1917 - 1953 Australian Chemical Institute (ACI)
1953 - Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI)
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- Errington, Stephen G., 'The Early Days of the Australian Chemical Institute in Western Australia', Chemistry in Australia, vol. 55, no. 7, July, pp. 246-249. Details
- Leighton, A.E., 'A History of the Australian Chemical Institute, 1914-1932', The Royal Australian Chemical Institute Proceedings, vol. 21, 1954, pp. 127-134; 145-154; 167-184. Details
Created: 11 May 2000, Last modified: 28 November 2006
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