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  IUPAC nomenclature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alkenes are named for their parent alkane chain with the suffix "-ene" and an infixed number indicating the position of the double-bonded carbon in the chain: CH is but-1-ene.
Amines (R-NH) are named for the attached alkane chain with the suffix "-amine" (e.g.
The common name for an aldehyde is derived from the common name of the corresponding carboxylic acid by dropping the word acid and changing the suffix from -ic or -oic to -aldehyde.
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 Name article - Name thing person place product idea concept class category context - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A human name is an anthroponym; a toponym is a place name; hydronym is a name of a body of water; an ethnonym is name of an ethnic group.
Naming is the process of assigning a particular word or phrase to a pattern that has been noticed.
Either as a part of the naming process, or later as usage is observed and studied by lexicographers, the word can be defined by a description of the pattern it refers to.
www.what-means.com /encyclopedia/Name   (400 words)

  
 Systematic name - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compounds with a positive ion (cation), the name of the compound is simply the cation's name (usually the same as the element's), followed by the anion.
An older, deprecated notation is to append -ous or -ic to the root of the Latin name to name ions with a lesser or greater charge.
The naming system for organic compounds is complex and still developing, as is knowledge of the compounds themselves.
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 Knowledge King - Systematic name   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The systematic name encodes the structure and composition of the caffiene molecule in some detail, and provides an unambiguous reference to this compound, whereas the name "caffeine" just names it.
Compounds with a positive ion (cation), the name of the compound is simply the kation's name (usually the same as the element's), followed by the anion.
The naming sceme for organic compounds is complex and still developing, as is knowledge of the compounds themselves.
www.knowledgeking.net /encyclopedia/s/sy/systematic_name.html   (727 words)

  
 Systematic element name - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The provisional names are derived systematically from the element's atomic number.
There is one element whose systematic name is very similar to its permanent name (the symbols are identical).
There are 702 possible combinations of letters given single letter and double letter naming used in official element names, less than the 1000 possible names using the triple letter provisional naming scheme.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Systematic_element_name   (430 words)

  
 Systematic element name: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Systematic element name   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The IUPAC uses a systematic naming system for new chemical elements.
The systematic system is used temporarily until a permanent name can be agreed about.
In the case of elements 104 and higher, this has been a protracted and highly political process (see element naming controversy).
www.encyclopedian.com /sy/Systematic-element-name.html   (129 words)

  
 Chemistry: Systematic name
Naming Ionic Compounds An ionic compound is named by its cation followed by its anion.
Naming Hydrates Hydrates are ionic compounds that have absorbed water.
Naming Organic Compounds The naming sceme for organic compounds is complex and still developing, as is knowledge of the compounds themselves.
www.historyfocal.com /Chemistry/Systematic_name.shtml   (687 words)

  
 TP-3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The prefix "de" followed by the name of a substituent group is used to denote the removal of that substituent from the semisystematic parent porphyrin and its replacement by the appropriate amount of hydrogen as in organic nomenclature.
Compounds closely related to the trivially named porphyrins of Rule TP-2 but in which an additional ring has been formed by means of a direct link between two atoms of the parent structure are named by prefixing "cyclo" preceded by the locants of the positions joined by the new bond.
Trivially named porphyrins in which one or more of the atoms in the porphyrin ring nucleus have been replaced by atoms of other elements are named by prefixing to the trivial name, the appropriate locants with corresponding multiplicative and replacement prefixes.
www.chem.qmw.ac.uk /iupac/tetrapyrrole/TP3.html   (813 words)

  
 Enzyme Classification   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A consequence of the adoption of the chemical reaction as the basis for naming enzymes is that a systematic name cannot be given to an enzyme until it is known what chemical reaction it catalyses.
Names of substrates composed of two nouns, such as glucose phosphate, which are normally written with a space, should be hyphenated when they form part of the enzyme names, and thus become adjectives, e.g.
EC 5.5.1.1, it is systematically named a lyase (decyclizing).
www.chem.qmw.ac.uk /iubmb/enzyme/rules.html   (5788 words)

  
 Name   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A name is a label for a thing, person, place, product (as in a brand name), and even an idea or concept, normally used to distinguish one from another.
Naming is the process of assigning a particular word or phrase to a particular object or property.
Common names are also poorly suited to the precise usage needed by scientists, since by their nature common names evolve through linguistic processes.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/N/Name.htm   (1378 words)

  
 Foundations to Chemistry - adapted from "Chemistry, Matter and the Universe"
The numbering is begun at the end that leads to the simplest name with the smallest numbers.
In systematic nomenclature, neopentane is classed as a propane because the longest carbon chain contains three atoms.
In this example the systematic name clearly is clumsier than the name isooctane, which is why the latter name ordinarily is used.
www.chem.ox.ac.uk /vrchemistry/chapter19/page05.html   (200 words)

  
 Chem&Bio News - Struct<=>Name - ChemNews.Com 14.1
Names that are not technically correct, such as 'dichlorobenzene' which does not specify the positions of the chlorine substituents, outputs the structure for 1,2-dichlorobenzene.
Name are systematic names in that they are unambiguous and that similar structures will be named using similar conventions.
It is capable of converting names to structures at a rate of 30,000 per minute and structures to names at a rate of 2,250 per minute.
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 EPA AirData - NEI HAP Names - Introduction
The name used in the NEI database and AirData reports for a chemical substance or a group of substances.
This form of the name describes the molecular composition of a substance.
Name used in the NEI database for a chemical substance.
www.epa.gov /air/data/help/hneihaps.html   (368 words)

  
 Systematic name: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Systematic name   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Compounds with a positive ion (cation), the name of the compound is simply the element name, with an -ide ending.
The prefix bi- is used to indicate the presense of a single hydrogen ion.
Molecular compounds are named with a prefix (see list above) before each element.
www.encyclopedian.com /sy/Systematic-naming.html   (697 words)

  
 Name   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A name''' is a label for a thing, person, place, product (business)product (as in a brand name), and even an idea or concept, normally used to distinguish one from another.
Names can identify a class (set theory)class or category of things, or a single thing, either uniquely, or within a given context.
Either as a part of the naming process, or later as word usageusage is observed and studied by lexicographylexicographers, the word can be definitiondefined by a description of the pattern/ it refers to.
www.infothis.com /find/Name   (1466 words)

  
 Name - Art History Online Reference and Guide
Here, he is saying that the name Mannahatta (or, Manhattan) is the perfect name for such a city, because it is so descriptive of its true essense.
A human name is an anthroponym ; a toponym is a place name; hydronym is a name of a body of water; an ethnonym is name of an ethnic group.
In many cultures it is common for the son to be named after the father[1].
www.arthistoryclub.com /art_history/Name   (1290 words)

  
 Systematic Name - History of Chemical Nomenclature
In the first case, the morpholine is regarded as the parent structure, while the ketone is the parent for the second case.
Garfield says it took three years to train a chemist in how to use the system, and the result is a systematic name which may be quite different than the name the chemist uses.
Garfield points out that while all compounds may have a systematic name, getting chemists to always use the systematic name is impossible.
www.dalkescientific.com /writings/diary/archive/2003/10/14/systematic_name.html   (1228 words)

  
 naming molecular compounds
Naming these binary compounds is a little bit more involved than naming salts.
Sometimes these compounds have generic or common names (e.g., H2O is "water") and they also have systematic names (e.g., H2O, dihydrogen monoxide).
The systematic name is more complicated but it has the advantage that the formula of the compound can be deduced from the name.
www.iun.edu /~cpanhd/C101webnotes/chemical-nomenclature/bimolcmpds.html   (180 words)

  
 IUPAC nomenclature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
For example, 4-(1-methylpropyl)octane is a octane chain with a side chain bonded to the 4th carbon, the side chain consisting of a propyl group with a methyl group attached to the carbon closest to the main chain.
[[Image Link]] Alkenes are named for their parent alkane chain with the suffix "-ene" and an infixed number indicating the position of the double-bonded carbon in the chain: CH is but-1-ene.
They are prefixed with the name of the alkyl group bonded on the other side of the ester.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/iupac_nomenclature   (1747 words)

  
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The names and formulas of cations and anions were introduced in Section 5.7 (Tables 5.7-5.9).
The name of the second element is modified to the root of its name followed by the ending ide.
The name of the most common oxyacid for a particular nonmetal is the root of the element's name plus the suffix ic.
genchem.chem.wisc.edu /sstutorial/Text6/Tx62/tx62.html   (1724 words)

  
 What is Apricot Systematic?
Apricot Systematic is said to be a control division of Scanner Services, under Rigellian auspices.
Apricot Systematic is one of the parts that provides direction for other parts of this nebulous organization.
Choosing a good name is always a difficult process, and many names were proposed and either already in use, or not quite right.
www.apricot.com /as_intro.html   (580 words)

  
 ACD/Name | IUPAC and CAS Index Nomenclature | Chemical Naming | Conversion of Chemical Name to Structure   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Generate systematic names according to IUPAC nomenclature rules, and create chemical structures from systematic, trade and trivial names, and registry numbers inside the ACD/ChemSketch interface.
Generate accurate systematic names for a wide variety of chemical structures according to IUPAC nomenclature recommendations and CAS Index rules.
Generate structures from systematic and non-systematic chemical names of general organic, and selected classes of biochemical and inorganic compounds.
www.acdlabs.com /products/name_lab   (164 words)

  
 SGD Gene Lists
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Systematic Name of the ORF, Gene Name, length from the first ATG to the stop codon (including any introns), and selected Gene Ontology (GO) annotations (not all GO annotations are included); one line per ORF
A Gene Name is conferred by the research community by the publication of a name in a paper describing characterization of a gene.
www-dev.yeastgenome.org /gene_list.shtml   (947 words)

  
 ACD/Name: Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In patent submissions, correct chemical naming can make the difference between a valid and a contended patent.
ACD/Name systematic nomenclature software is a current industry standard used by numerous individuals and corporations within chemical and pharmaceutical industries to quickly and accurately name their compounds for reports, databases, patents, and publications.
This program provides multilingual support for IUPAC names in German and French as well as interactive links to the relevant text of IUPAC recommendations used, permitting critical reviews and deep understanding underlying the systematic name generated.
www.acdlabs.com /products/name_lab/name   (247 words)

  
 ACD/Labs Solutions: Chemical Patenting and Nomenclature Conversion
New synthetic structures are constantly being developed, making it increasingly important to adopt a definitive systematic nomenclature approach and ensure the accuracy of the resulting chemical name.
Since structures are often named ambiguously in patent literature, having both name-to-structure and structure-to-name conversions, and an ability to choose the appropriate nomenclature standard, is critical for comprehensive prior art reviews.
To find out how naming software is used by patent attorneys and agents to help conduct comprehensive prior art searches and accurately name novel chemical compounds for patents, read more about the application of ACD/Name for patenting.
www.acdlabs.co.uk /solutions/nomtask.html   (472 words)

  
 Naming Mutations
The names of the mutations were assigned according to S.E. Antonarakis and the Nomenclature Working Group: Recommendations for a nomenclature system for human gene mutations.
Systematic Name nucleotide-based mutation names AVPR2 genomic DNA-based system, reference sequence GenBank Accession Number L22206.
Name begins with "c." Common Name common or "trivial" name of mutation; includes amino acid-based mutation names Alternate Name published name of mutation if significantly different from systematic or common name
www.medicine.mcgill.ca /nephros/name_rules.html   (533 words)

  
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An estimate of the systematic errors will be presented, as will the effects of momentum- dependent efficiency calculations on the branching ratio.
Extensive studies have been performed to assess the quality of fits; it is shown that the the best fit for the D+ is obtained with a coherent sum of non-resonant, rho and f0(980), while for the Ds+ with a sum of f2(1270), f0(980) and f0(1300) with negligible contributions from rho and non-resonant.
Using cuts chosen to maximize sensitivity to the mode and an initial analysis of systematic errors, the relative branching ratio is found to be RBR = 0.0607 +/- 0.0052 +/- 0.0030 This ratio is compared to previous measurements.
www.hep.uiuc.edu /e687/general/agenda.txt   (10029 words)

  
 Grandinetti   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Name the cation (the more electropositive one) first and the anion (the more electronegative one) second.
Monoatomic cations take their name from the element name.
There is an older system of naming these compounds that uses the Latin name of the metal with the suffices of
www.chemistry.ohio-state.edu /~grandine/teaching/Chem121/lectures/nomenclature/ionicNaming.html   (113 words)

  
 Systematic name : Systematic naming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
terms defined : Systematic name : Systematic naming
True, he often talked loudly enough in Kuni's presence of who loved him better than anything in the world, to estrange it from him gained the child's love by very different means from the "fl art." reproached for exerting a secret spell upon her.
Her name, "Julie," "Juliane." Besides, the daughter of the vagabond with the mutilated and this circumstance, when Kuni knew it, seemed significant.
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