British Approved Names 2002
Stationery Office, 2001 - Political Science - 345 pages
British Approved Names are short, distinctive names for substances for which the systematic chemical or other scientific names are too complex for convenient general use. This edition consolidates the previous edition and supplements with recent additions, bringing the total number to 3001. It includes names for substance-combinations, ions and groups, and also has a cross-reference index of British Approved Names and Proprietary Names. Appendices cover structures, guidelines for the construction of pharmaceutical trade marks, and changes of names.
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