a. What is the systematic name for this disaccharide?
The systematic name for ch3ch2ch2ch2ch2ch3 is hexane.
CH3COO- has the systematic name of ethanoate.
The systematic name for NaNO3 is sodium nitrate.
Methane is the accepted systematic name for methane.
The other name for Hebrew is Jews.
Israelites or Jews.
Lead(II) oxide is the systematic name of PbO.
* Holocaust * Shoah * "Final solution" * Nazi genocide of the Jews
The systematic name would be Copper (II) Acetate.
the Holocaust, a name coined after WW2 for the Nazis' systematic murder of some 6 million Jews along with gypsies, homosexuals, mentally-ill and many more. Adolf Hitler wanted the Jews exterminated, to suit his cruelly absurd racial theories.
Ethene: Systematic Name: Dicarbon Tetrahydride Chemical Formula: C2H4 Nuff said?
dragon fly systematic classification
Systematic name is a name given in a systematic way to one unique group, organism, object or chemical substance, out of a specific population or collection.Systematic names are usually part of a nomenclature.
A systematic name describes the chemical structure of a substance/compound and also gives some info. on its chemical properties. Common names are basically how they sound, a generally common name that is often coined with a part of the systematic name. For example, acetone would be the common name used and the systematic would be Propan-2-one.
The typical name given the holocaust by Jews is, "Shoah", or in Hebrew, "Ha Shoah". This word means, "The catastrophe", and refers to the systematic torture and murder of millions of Jews by the German police and soldiers in World War 2. "Holocaust" is a fairly new name given to the atrocities and murders committed by the German police and soldiers on any of the peoples that Hitler did not like.
What is the molecular compound name for P2O5?
The name of this compound is sulfur tetrafluoride.
Halothane is the systematic name. It has no other name and there would be no point giving a chemical name as it would cause an extortionate amount of confusion in the chemical world of chemists.