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It seems that the trivial names are already composite of the chimical  
elements (mendeleev) ?



Le 9 janv. 09 à 07:27, Matthew Turnbull a écrit :

> 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
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>
>>