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“That would be named 2-methyl-2-ol according to the rules of IUPAC, which is a chain of propane with methyl and two hydroxyl groups in connection with the half of the carbon.”
“He is past Chair of the Analytical Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute, a titular member of the IUPAC Analytical Division, and was co-Chair of Interact 2002.”
“It's a bit dated but still useful, and anyone interested in a more up to date evaluation of the individual reactions should look at the IUPAC atmospheric chemistry evaluation open source.”
“John Jost, executive director of IUPAC in North Carolina, told Reuters that creating new elements helped researchers to understand how nuclear power plants and atomic bombs function.”
“IUPAC has asked for an official name for the element to be submitted.”
“Back in the day, there was no IUPAC system, no National Bureau of Standards, no “Paris clean-room that is kept at precisely 20 degrees Celsius,” i.e. the cubit was not standardized.”
“For chemistry the standards are agreed by IUPAC [International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry].”
“In 1990 it was recommended by IUPAC that the spelling of sulfur would use ‘f’ instead of ‘ph’ and at the same time the spellings aluminium and caesium were recommended instead of aluminum and cesium (the spellings in common use in the USA).”
“What does this mean by the way a sulfate IUPAC-recommended spelling; also sulphate in British English "British English"?”
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