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algorithm for translating chemical names to molecular formulas.

Eugene Garfield

algorithm for translating chemical names to molecular formulas.

by Eugene Garfield

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Published by Institute for Scientific Information in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chemistry -- Nomenclature.,
  • Chemistry -- Notation.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD7 .G2
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 68 p.
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5828905M
    LC Control Number61017455

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Algorithm for translating chemical names to molecular formulas. Philadelphia, Institute for Scientific Information [©] (OCoLC) Online version: Garfield, Eugene. Algorithm for translating chemical names to molecular formulas. Philadelphia, Institute for Scientific Information [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.

An Algorithm for Translating Chemical Names to Molecular Formulas” By EUGENE GARFIELD Received Mo Institute for Scientific Informotion, 33 South Seventeenth St., Philadelphia 3, Penna., To calculate a molecular formula, a human or a machine computer.

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Journal of Chemical Education39, 7, (Book and Media Review) Publication Date (Print): July 1, An algorithm for translating chemical names to molecular formulas (Garfield, Eugene) Journal of Chemical Education   Chemical compound names remain the primary method for conveying molecular structures between chemists and researchers.

In research articles, patents, chemical catalogues, government legislation, and textbooks, the use of IUPAC and traditional compound names is universal, despite efforts to introduce more machine-friendly representations such as identifiers and line by:   An Algorithm for Translating Chemical Names to Molecular Formulas EUGENE GARFIELD Originally presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of the University of Pennsylvania in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, It was the algorithm for translating chemical formulas into I mean chemical names into formulas, that had that is the heart of searching chemical compounds these days, but very few people are writing papers about it and citing that algorithm.

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An Algorithm for Translating Chemical Names to Molecular Formulas” Journal of Chemical Documentation 2(3), By EUGENE GARFIELD Institute for Scientific Informotion, 33 South Seventeenth St., Philadelphia 3, Penna., Received Mo T o calculate a molecular formula, a human or a machine computer must first be able to recognize the chemical name or the structural.

An algorithm for translating chemical names to molecular formulas. (Philadelphia, Institute for Scientific Information, []), by Eugene Garfield (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Since Garfield's pioneering work over 25 years ago in the linguistic aspects of systematic chemical nomenclature, leading to an algorithm for translating chemical names to formulas, very few.

A humble Homage to a great information scientist versity of Pennsylvania; he wrote his thesis on ‘An Algorithm for Translating Chemical Names to Molecular Formulas’.

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A study of systematic Chemical Abstracts (CA) index names has resulted in a dictionary of word roots used in the names and in step-by-step procedures for converting names to connection tables. Chemists have developed various ways of translating formulas into names, so it is nearly always possible to write more than one systematic name for a given compound.

IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) nomenclature is a well-known international system of chemical names that is generally systematic but flexible, allowing. Obras Literárias An Algorithm for Translating Chemical Names to Molecular Formulas ().

Chemico-Linguistics: Computer Translation of Chemical Nomenclature (). Um pouco sobre ele “Ele era uma pessoa sensacional que sua influência na ciência da informação não tem como ser subestimada.”. The availability of systematic chemical names allows for the simple textual exchange of chemical structure information encoded into a name.

The exchange of molecular structures in graphical format, molecular connection tables, or text strings encoding the molecule (e.g., SMILES and InChIs) is well established in cheminformatics and a plethora of chemical structure drawing tools exist to.Write and balance chemical equations in molecular, total ionic, and net ionic formats.

The preceding chapter introduced the use of element symbols to represent individual atoms. When atoms gain or lose electrons to yield ions, or combine with other atoms to form molecules, their symbols are modified or combined to generate chemical formulas Author: OpenStax.El Pollo Real Ma pur mi piace languir cosi.

Thursday, Septem or in patent parlance "or salts thereof," signifying that the delicate molecular flower has been preserved as a salt, and the monument is finished.

An Algorithm For Translating Chemical Names To Molecular Formulas [2] Development Of Systematic Names For The Simple.