This symposium provides a forum for discussion and interaction among various communities connected to aromatic compounds and pi-conjugated systems. The ISNA series was established in 1970 as the International Symposium on Nonbenzenoid Aromatic Compounds. The name and the focus has changed as the chemistry of aromatic molecules has evolved. It now covers current research in aromatic chemistry, including advancing molecular and supramolecular synthesis, understanding how structure controls properties, and developing applications in electronics, biology, and other fields.
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