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Note

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

Elements and Simple Compounds

Elements:

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

Silver = Ag or [Ag]

Binary Compounds and Coordination Compounds

(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]

More than one type of Ligand:

Simple: use "/" to separate types:

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

Chains and Rings

Chains

(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;F, 4;Cl] = 2-fluoro-4-chloro-pentane

Rings

(n)[X]R (naming same as Chains) [For Cyclic]

(n)[X]r [For Aromatic]

6R = Cyclohexane

6r = Benzene

Rings are number based on the time system (12:00 is straight up, 6 is straight down, etc.)

Even Numbered Rigns

They're named based on the first member before 12
Rings

Basic Numbering Scheme.

6R[2:Cl] = 2-Chlorobenzene

Odd Numbered Rings

These are named at the point and then clockwise

3R[1-Cl] = Triange of  3 carbons with a chloro- group on the top vertex

Sub-branches ; Bonding and Stereochemistry

Sub-branches

Sub-branches are named with :~: (stopped with a comma at the end to avoid confusion

6R[2/s/O:Cl:] = Ring of 6 carbons with 2nd carbon having a O-Cl group

Bonding (no Bonding characteristics: - single, = double, # triple, and /n/ for higher order}

HC

Orbitals: s,p,f,g,h i...

Bond types sigma - s, pi - p, phi - f, delta - d

[<Central Atom Hybridizations,Orbitals>/<Bond(s)>/<Ligand or Branch Hybridization,Orbitals>]

O[2L; sp3/s/1s, H] = H2O with Bonding characteristics

Stereochemistry

Double Bond Stereochemistry is Signified with /s and \s

[F/C=C\F] = trans-fluoroethene

Others are signified after the Compound with a t (trans), c (cis), or using the R,S system (substituted for r,s for no confusion)

Final Section: Repeating Units and Disconnections

Repeating Units

For Compounds with repeating Units, the unit is compounds of elements, radicals, and/or compounds separated by commas

C[F,H] = CF2H2 (trans)

C[F,F] = CF2H2 (cis)

Disconnections

Disconnections can be Ionic:...

[Ca+2.2F-] = CaF2; [Na+.Cl-] = NaCl

Or 

Inter-Ligandic:

Co[2L;NC+.C-1N] (hypothetical)

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