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Preface

, Pages v-x
Chapter 1 - Introduction

, Pages 1-48
Chapter 2 - Non-integer bonds

, Pages 49-114
Chapter three - different major ameliorations from latest systems

, Pages 115-166
Chapter four - Oxidation numbers

, Pages 167-179
Chapter five - The boranes and similar aluminum compounds

, Pages 180-205
Chapter 6 - Spiro and comparable compounds

, Pages 206-257
Chapter 7 - Topologically constrained compounds

, Pages 258-268
Chapter eight - Polymers

, Pages 269-292
Chapter nine - Molecular Rearrangement

, Pages 293-303
Index

, Pages I1-I7

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H. Van't Hoff, Arcxh. Neerland. Sci, 9 (1874) 445. A. France 22 (1874) 337. F. K. 1956. Ibid #66. B. Elk, THEOCHEM, 201 (1989) 75. J. A. Soc, 94 (1972) 460. A. , 16 (1976) 40. B. , 25 (1985) 11. Ibid #72. B. , 24 (1984) 203. K. B. B. Elk, NYAS GTD Notes, XIV (1987) 44 Ibid #54. Ibid #7. Ibid #65. Ibid #57. 5. Ibid #4, p. 63. B. , 37 (1997) 162. Ibid #18, p. 14. A. Doc, 7 (1967) 82. A. Doc, 14 (1974) 98. Ibid #19,20 and 53. Ibid #47. J. Polton, Chemical Nomenclatures and the Computer, Research Studies Press, Taunton, Somerset, England, 1993, p.

Ibid #18, p. 14. A. Doc, 7 (1967) 82. A. Doc, 14 (1974) 98. Ibid #19,20 and 53. Ibid #47. J. Polton, Chemical Nomenclatures and the Computer, Research Studies Press, Taunton, Somerset, England, 1993, p. 19. Ibid #22, p. 13. B. , 26 (1986) 126. B. , XVI (1988) 29. B. , 27(1987) 70. l7. 26. Ibid #23. W. J. 9. Ibid #18. Ibid #19. 49 Chapter 2 Non-integer bonds CHAPTER ABSTRACT: In addition to the traditional integer (single, double, triple, and, in inorganic chemistry, quadruple) bonds, some additional bonds having selected standardized bond orders are introduced.

Since simplifications are merely convenient ways of writing the full canonical name, any one is as good as any other. Thus one normally opts for the shortest way to write the name; (11) in this case. 36 Fig. 14: The graphic picture for many trianodanes in nodal nomenclature treated equally. Although this is a major improvement over lUPAC nomenclature, it has some important shortcomings. One of these is that by labeling the nodes all equally, there is an increase in complexity of the nomenclature.

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