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geonames - Some Chemical Elements in various languages
Chemische Elemente in vielen Sprachen

(E?)(L?) http://www.geonames.de/elements.html


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hiedu - Periodic Tables of the Elements in Over One Hundred Languages
Chemical Elements Etymology

(E3)(L1) http://xerius.jergym.hiedu.cz/~canovm/vyhledav/chemici2.html
Die chemischen Elemente in vielen Sprachen; zum Teil auch mit etymologischen Hinweisen.

Názvosloví dle Petera van der Krogta:
afrikánsky, albánsky, anglicky, arabsky, arománsky, baskicky, bretansky, bulharsky, cesky, cínsky, dánsky, esperantsky, estonsky, faersky, finsky, francousky, frysky, galicijsky, hebrejsky, holandsky, chorvatsky, irsky, islandsky, italsky, japonsky, katalánsky, kornwalšsky, latinsky, litevsky, lotyšsky, madarsky, makedonsky, malajsijsky, maltsky, nemecky, norsky, polsky, portugalsky, rumunsky, rusky, recky, slovensky, slovinsky, srbsky (cyrilicí), srbsky (latinkou), swahilsky, švédsky, španelsky, turecky, ukrajinsky, welšsky Naopak Peter van der Krogt sestavil na základe mých tabulek názvosloví belorusky, bosensky, furlansky, gruzínsky, kašubsky, kazašsky, lucembursky, mansky, moldavsky, mongolsky, osetínsky, sudovjansky, tádžicky, tamilsky, thajsky, ucitánsky (alsasky), uzbecky, vietnamsky a ve skotské galštine


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Commission on Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry (CNIC)
Naming of New Elements

"IUPAC" steht für "International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry".

(E?)(L?) http://www.iupac.org/

The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) serves to advance the worldwide aspects of the chemical sciences and to contribute to the application of chemistry in the service of Mankind. As a scientific, international, non-governmental and objective body, IUPAC can address many global issues involving the chemical sciences.


(E?)(L?) http://old.iupac.org/publications/epub/index.html#nt
Die "IUPAC" legt auch die internationalen Bezeichnungen der chemischen Elemente fest (... the body responsible for mandating nomenclature ...).

(E?)(L?) http://www.iupac.org/publications/ci/2002/2402/news_nomenclature.html

The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) serves to advance the worldwide aspects of the chemical sciences and to contribute to the application of chemistry in the service of Mankind. As a scientific, international, non-governmental and objective body, IUPAC can address many global issues involving the chemical sciences.


(E?)(L?) http://www.iupac.org/reports/provisional/abstract01/koppenol_310302.html

Naming of New Elements
Revisions in the document "The Naming of New Elements", prepared for publication by W. Koppenol, were discussed and approved for forwarding to the Interdivisional Committee on Terminology, Nomenclature, and Symbols for further review.


(E?)(L?) http://www.iupac.org/reports/provisional/abstract01/koppenol_prs.pdf

A procedure is proposed to name new elements. After the discovery of a new element is established by a joint IUPAC-IUPAP (International Union of Pure and Applied Physics) Working Group, the discoverers are invited to propose a name and a symbol to the IUPAC Inorganic Chemistry Division. Elements can be named after a mythological concept, a mineral, a place or country, a property, or a scientist. After examination and acceptance by the Inorganic Chemistry Division, the proposal follows the accepted IUPAC procedure for recommendations, and is then submitted to the Council of IUPAC for approval.


(E?)(L?) http://old.iupac.org/publications/books/seriestitles/nomenclature.html

IUPAC Nomenclature Books Series

General

The Gold Book


Compendium of Chemical Terminology
Gold, V.; Loening, K.L.; McNaught, A.D. and Shemi, P.
Blackwell Science, 1987 [ISBN 0-63201-7651(8)]


Compendium of Chemical Terminology, 2nd edition
McNaught, A.D. and Wilkinson, A.
Blackwell Science, 1997 [ISBN 0-86542-6848]
> access to online version


French version, prepared by Richer, J.C.;
Editions Tec & Doc, Paris 1999 [ISBN 2-7430-0356-1]
> announcement in Chem. Int. 22(2), 45 (2000)


Spanish edition, prepared by Perez, S.S., et al.
Editorial Sintesis, 2003 [ISBN 84-7738-955-1]


Polish edition, prepared by Zofia Stasicka, Osman Achmatowicz
ZamKor, 2006 [ISBN 83-88830-79-1]


The Red Book


Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry (recommendations 1990)
Leigh, G.J.
Blackwell Science, 1990 [ISBN 0-63202-4941]


Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry II. Recommendations 2000
McCleverty, J.A. and Connelly, N.G.
The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2001 [ISBN 0854044876]


Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry - IUPAC Recommendations 2005
Connelly, N.G, Damhus, T., Hartshorn, R.M., and Hutton, A.T.
The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2005 [ISBN 0 85404 438 8]


Spanish edition, prepared by Miguel A. Ciriano y Pascual Román Polo
Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza, 2007 [ISBN 978-84-7733-905-2]


Hungarian edition, prepared by P. Fodor-Csányi
Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 2003


Catalan version, prepared by E Casassas i Simó and J Sales i Cabré; Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Barcelona, 1997 [ISBN 84-7283-360-7]


The Blue Book
Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry
Rigaudy, J. and Klesney, S.P.
Pergamon, 1979 [ISBN 0-08022-3699]


A Guide to IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Compounds (recommendations 1993)
Panico, R.; Powell, W.H. and Richer, J-C.
Blackwell Science, 1993 [ISBN 0-63203-4882]
Corrections published in Pure Appl. Chem., Vol. 71, No. 7, pp.1327-1330, 1999


Dutch version of Section E on Stereochemistry; announcement published in Chem. Int. 22(4), 117 (2000)


Czech version, prepared by Kahovec, J.;
Academia Praha 2000 [ISBN 80-200-0714-5]


Portuguese version, prepared by A.C. Fernandes, B. Herold, H. Maia, A.P. Rauter and J.A.R. Rodrigues;
Liedel, 2002 [ISBN 972-757-150-6]


Croatian version, prepared by V. Rapic;
Skolska Knjiga, Zagreb, 2002 [ISBN 953-0-30917-1]


Catalan version, prepared by Angel Messeguer i Peypoch i Miquel A. Pericas i Brondo;
Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Barcelona, 1989 [ISBN 84-7283-132-9]


The Purple Book


Compendium of Macromolecular Nomenclature, 1st edition
Metanomski, W.V.
Blackwell Science, 1991 [ISBN 0-63202-8475]
> access to online contents and translations


The Orange Book


Compendium of Analytical Nomenclature, 1st edition
Irving, H.M.N.H.; Freiser, H. and West, T.S.
Pergamon, 1978 [ISBN 0-08022-0088]


Compendium of Analytical Nomenclature (definitive rules 1987), 2nd edition
Freiser, H. and Nancollas, G.H.
Blackwell Science, 1987 [ISBN 0-63201-9077]


Compendium of Analytical Nomenclature (definitive rules 1997), 3rd edition
Inczedy, J.; Lengyel, T. and Ure, A.M.
Blackwell Science, 1998 [ISBN 0-86542-6155]
> access to online version


Catalan version, prepared by Enric Casassas i Salvador Alegret; Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Barcelona, 1987 [ISBN 84-7283-121-3]


The Silver Book


Compendium of Terminology and Nomenclature of Properties in Clinical Laboratory Sciences (recommendations 1995)
Rigg, J.C.; Brown, S.S.; Dybkaer, R. and Olesen, H.
Blackwell Science, 1995 [ISBN 0-86542-6120]


The White Book


Biochemical Nomenclature and Related Documents
Liébecq, C. - IUPAC-IUBMB Joint Commission on Biochemical Nomenclature and Nomenclature Commission of IUBMB
2nd edition, Portland Press, 1992. [ISBN 1-85578-005-4]
> View contents



iupac
Principles of Chemical Nomenclature
Guide to IUPAC Recommendations

(E?)(L?) http://old.iupac.org/publications/books/principles/principles_of_nomenclature.pdf
Leigh, G.J.; Favre, H.A. and Metanomski, W.V.
Blackwell Science, 1998 [ISBN 0-86542-6856]


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The elements are given names, of which some have origins deep in the past and others are relatively modern. The names are trivial. The symbols consist of one, two or three roman letters, often but not always related to the name in English.
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(E?)(L?) http://old.iupac.org/publications/books/author/leigh-french.html
French version
De Boeck Université, 2001 [ISBN 2-7445-0120-4]


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Element Names Worldwide
Chemische Elemente in vielen Sprachen

(E1)(L1) http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/list_element.php

This is THE web site for element names. You will find this site useful not only for the origins (etymology) of element names, but also for translations of each element name into numerous other languages.

Contents: Sources.

Language Codes (ISO-639) | Indo-European | - Germanic | en English | de German | lb Luxembourgian | nl Dutch | af Afrikaans | fy Frisian | da Danish | sv Swedish | no Norwegian | is Icelandic | fo Faroese | - Italic | la Latin (header) | fr French | es Spanish | ca Catalan | oc Occitan | pt Portuguese | gl Galician | it Italian | fur Friulian | mo Moldavian | - Slavic | ru Russian | ua Ukrainian | by Byelorussian | pl Polish | kas Kashubian | cs Czech | sk Slovak | sl Slovenian | hr Croatian | sr Serbian | bos Bosnian | mk Macedonian | bg Bulgarian | - Baltic | lt Lithuanian | lv Latvian | sud Sudovian | - Celtic | cy Welsh | ga Irish Gaelic | gd Scottish Gaelic | gv Manx Gaelic | kw Cornish | br Breton - Other (Europe) | el Greek | sq Albanian | hy Armenian - Indo-Iranian | oss Ossetian Other (Europe) | eu Basque | ka Georgian | Uralic | fi Finnish | et Estonian | hu Hungarian | mok Mokshan | Altaic | tr Turkish | kkKazakh | uzUzbek | tgTajik | mn Mongolian East- & South-Asia | ja Japanese | zh Chinese | koKorean | vi Vietnamese | th Thai | ms Malay | taTamil | Afro-Asiatic | ar Arabic | mt Maltese | he Hebrew | Africa | sw Swahili | Artificial | eo Esperanto | New names | aen Atomic Elements | dms Dorseyville


(E1)(L1) http://elements.vanderkrogt.net/chemical_symbols.php
Elementymology & Elements Multidict
Lavoisier - Dalton - Berzelius - Mendeleev - Moseley
Development of the chemical symbols and the Periodic Table

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wikipedia
Chemical elements named after places

(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_elements_named_after_places

This is a list of chemical elements named after places. For a list of other toponyms, i.e., names derived from a place or region, see List of words derived from toponyms.

Additionally, the following elements are named after astronomical objects: See also


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Cohen, E. Richard (Herausgeber)
Cvitas, Tom (Herausgeber)
Frey, Jeremy G. (Herausgeber)
Quantities, Units and Symbols in Physical Chemistry
(International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry)

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/0854044337/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/0854044337/etymologety0f-21


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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0854044337/etymologpor09-20
Gebundene Ausgabe: 265 Seiten
< Verlag: Royal Soc of Chemistry; Auflage: 0003 (30. Juli 2007)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
The first IUPAC Manual of Symbols and Terminology for Physicochemical Quantities and Units (the Green Book) of which this is the direct successor, was published in 1969, with the object of 'securing clarity and precision, and wider agreement in the use of symbols, by chemists in different countries, among physicists, chemists and engineers, and by editors of scientific journals'. Subsequent revisions have taken account of many developments in the field, culminating in the major extension and revision represented by the 1988 edition under the simplified title Quantities, Units and Symbols in Physical Chemistry. This 2007, Third Edition, is a further revision of the material which reflects the experience of the contributors with the previous editions. The book has been systematically brought up to date and new sections have been added. It strives to improve the exchange of scientific information among the readers in different disciplines and across different nations. In a rapidly expanding volume of scientific literature where each discipline has a tendency to retreat into its own jargon this book attempts to provide a readable compilation of widely used terms and symbols from many sources together with brief understandable definitions. This is the definitive guide for scientists and organizations working across a multitude of disciplines requiring internationally approved nomenclature.

Synopsis
Prepared by the IUPAC Physical Chemistry Division, this definitive manual, now in its third edition, is designed to improve the exchange of scientific information among the readers in different disciplines and across different nations. This book has been systematically brought up to date and new sections added to reflect the increasing volume of scientific literature and terminology and expressions being used. The Third Edition reflects the experience of the contributors with the previous editions and the comments and feedback have been integrated into this essential resource. This edition has been compiled in machine-readable form and will be available online.


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