A New Unifying Biparametric Nomenclature that Spans all of Chemistry
The science of incorporating daily over 2,000 new names to a base of over 42 million compounds while still maintaining order
- Seymour Elk, Elk Technical Associates, New Milford, New Jersey.
Undergraduates in chemistry and their teachers of nomenclature courses, researchers in mathematical chemistry, molecular structure, physical & theoretical chemistry, (in)organic chemistry, polymer chemistry, organometallic chemistry, heterocyclic chemistry, specialists in nomenclature, structure and compound naming, and chemical information specialists.
- Published: May 2004
- Imprint: ELSEVIER
- ISBN: 978-0-444-51685-5
"introduces a new systematic nomenclature system to provide uniformity. Criteria for nomenclature systems are described rigorously, and this system and existing systems are compared. Applications to a number of areas of chemistry are described in the remaining chapters. Compared to traditional nomenclatures, the system is more of a linear line notation that purports to fully describe the structure of chemical compounds."
R.E. Buntrock, University of Maine, CHOICE Magazine, April 2005
Table of ContentsNon-Integer Bonds.
Other Significant Difference From Existing Systems.
The Boranes And Related Aluminum Compounds.
Spiro And Related Compounds.
Topologically Restrained Compounds.