26 No. 3
The Red Book II in Hungarian
Szervetlen Kémiai Nevezéktan, II
Prepared by Piroska Fodor-Csányi (in Hungary: Fodorné Csányi Piroska)
Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 2003, 138 pp.
This book is the Hungarian adaptation of IUPAC Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry II, Recommendations 2000, edited by J. A. McCleverty and N. G. Connelly. The Hungarian adaptation of the first IUPAC Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry (Recommendations 1990) was completed in 1995 by the nomenclatures of polyanions, isotopically modified inorganic compounds, tetrapyrroles, hybrides of nitrogen, inorganic chain and ring compounds, and as graphite intercalation compounds. Names and symbols of the elements approved by IUPAC are listed in the book including the name darmstadtium and symbol Ds of element of atomic number 110. The appendix contains the names of hydrogen atoms, ions and groups, transfermium elements, inorganic radicals, and muonium and its ions. The naming of new elements is discussed in detail.
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