IUPAC nomenclature

The IUPAC Nomenclature is a nomenclature system for naming chemicals, specifically inorganic compounds and organic compounds . IUPAC nomenclature is the most frequently used chemical nomenclature worldwide. Developed by IUPAC ( International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry ), the rules for naming chemical compounds are contained in two publications, the Blue Book [1] for organic compounds and the Red Book [2 ] for inorganic compounds.

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