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    Chemistry Notation

    November 17, 2014 by Flitri

    Some compunds listed here may not exist. This is not an error as those are just used as examples for clarity.

    Elements can be detonated by its symbol in SBrackets "[ & ]" or alone.

    Silver = Ag or [Ag]

    (n)L; and/or SBrackets detonate Ligands:

    Water = O[H,H] = H2O = O[2L; H]

    Ammonia = NH3 = N[3L; H] 

    [Co(NH3)6]+3 = Co+3[6L; NH3] (full charges at end; Oxidation States after respective atom)

    Sulfur Hexaflouride = S[6L; F]

    Simple: use "/" to separate types:

    [CuCl5NH3]3- = Cu+2[5L;Cl/3L;NH3]3-

    (n)[X]h where X is a compound, radical, or element. (if there is no [X] the base is Carbon (C))

    2[OH]H = Peroxide

    16H = hexadecane

    Chains are numbered so that the first branch has the lowest numbered base and in the order of lowest to highest first atomic number:


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    United Tree System

    October 22, 2014 by Flitri

    This is a backward (and possibly frontward) extension to the Fast-growing Hierarchy (FGH)

    Each Unique Semicolon-Particle (a group of letters defining a notation, hierarchy, operation also comes before a semicolon) can describe an operation, a notation, or even an hierarchy

    F(R0;n) = n+1

    F(Ra+1;n) = F^n_a(n) where f^n is Function Iteration

    FRa;n) = F^n_a[n](n) if a is a limit ordinal

    But: when a is only an integer

    F(aA;n,m,x...) = a+n+m+x... {S for subtraction, [(a-n)-(m-x...)] = [((((...(a-n)-m)-x)-...))]}

    F(aM;n,m,x...) = a*n*m*x*... {D for division, [(a/n)/(m/x...)] = [((((...(a/n)/m)/x)/...))]}

    F(aP;n,m,x...)= a^n^m^x^... (Power Towers; R for Roots, aR(n,m) = a^(m/n) )

    F(aUm;n) = a{m}n = {a, n, m}

    F(aUm,n; x, y, z ...) = {a, n, m, x, y, z...}


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