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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:
5H[2;Fâ€¦
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This is a backward (and possibly frontward) extension to the Fastgrowing Hierarchy (FGH)
Each Unique SemicolonParticle (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, [(an)(mx...)] = [((((...(an)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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