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What is IUPAC nomenclature?

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What is IUPAC nomenclature?

Worldwide Standards:

The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, or IUPAC, is a scientific organization that was formed in 1919. Its purpose is to set worldwide standards that are to be used in the science of chemistry so that the language of chemistry can be spoken all over the world without confusion.

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IUPAC nomenclature, or International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry nomenclature, is a system that was developed for naming organic...

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