Although most compounds are referred to by their IUPAC systematic names (following IUPAC nomenclature), traditional names have also been kept where they are in wide use or of significant historical interests.

A

Ac

Al

Am

NH3/NH4+

Sb


Ar

As

B

Ba

Be

Bi

B

Br

C

Cd

Cs

Cf

Ca

C

Ce

Cl

Cr

Co

Cu

Cm

CN

D

Dy

E

Es

Er

Eu

F

F

Francium

G

Gd

Ga

Ge

Au

H

Hf

Ho

H

He

I

In

I

Ir

Fe

K

Kr

L

La

Pb

Li

M

Mg

Mn

Hg

Mo

N

Nd

Np

Ni

Nb

N

NO

O

Os

O

(only simple oxides, oxyhalides, and related compounds, not hydroxides, carbonates, acids, or other compounds listed elsewhere)

P

Pd

P

Pt

Pu

Po

K

Pr

Pm

R

Ra

Rn

Re

Rh

Rb

Ru

S

Sm

Sc

Se

Si

Ag

Na

Sr

S

T

Ta

Tc

Te

Tb

Tl

SO

ClS

Th

Tm

Sn

Ti

TiO

W

U

U

UO2

V

V

W

X

Xe

Y

Yb

Y

Z

Zn

Zr

See also

References

  1. ^ ChemSpider ID:55491
  2. ^ chemspider id:10142932
  3. ^ a b c Therald Moeller, Inorganic Chemistry, Asia Publishing House, 1958 edition, p. 474
  4. ^ ChemSpider ID:21169908
  5. ^ ChemSpider ID:145977
  6. ^ ChemSpider ID:13198283
  7. ^ ChemSpider ID:19990265

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