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IUPAC is the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, they
have other names in other languages, but they have the final say in
what the international name of a molecule in a given language will be,
they make all the rules and maintain databases on chemicals.

The language, like I said was more of a code, and did not have very
many of what IUPAC calls trivial names, which are the names we use in
everyday life such as isopropanol, but rather could generate
systematic names, like propan-2-ol.

To demonstrate, in the current edition of the language, isopropanol
aka propan-2-ol would be akite.

On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 8:06 PM, Erbrice <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> *Could you clear what's IUPAC ?
> *how much names of molecules did you have in your language, mine has for now
> less than 200
> *may be not a conlang that communcates with molecules yet
> but making possible in only a week (or less)  to let people  understanding
> themself approximmatively, why not.
>
> Le 7 janv. 09 à 19:22, Matthew Turnbull a écrit :
>
>> I made a conlang that was more of a code, for naming molecules, it did
>> it more compactly and with non-euro centric phonemes than IUPAC.
>> Or do you mean a conlang that communicates with molecules?
>>
>> On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 9:22 AM, Erbrice <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Hi evryone,
>>>>> in udwesa  the langage i made as a child and try to construct since
>>>>> happy new year is (or would be) :
>>>>>
>>>>> tal alu e ete saw 2009
>>>>
>>>>> tal                 alu                       e
>>>>>                                      ete      saw    2009
>>>>> good     section of time      in this case smth like "which"
>>>>>  name
>>>>>      "is"   (the own counting system is not stable yet)
>>>>>
>>> Unfortunatly I was rejecting when sending the sentence in the "native"
>>> alphabet"...
>>> ALSO
>>> I wanted to know if reseach are made (or have been made) in the direction
>>> of
>>> "chimical" or "cellular" langages or conlangs. I mean minimum base
>>> concepts
>>> for a maximum combination...
>>>
>>>>> Erb
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>
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