Hi, on Talk:List of Presidents of South Sudan, I just saw the remark/question: "No or subsequent words in an article title, unless the title is a proper name.
The names of chemical compounds and chemical elements when written out, are common . is on the article's talk page or (failing that) at Wikipedia talk: WikiProject Chemicals. as per the IUPAC definition of an organometallic compound...
Abbreviations are shortened forms of words or phrases. Exceptions are cycloisowiki wikipedia talknaming conventions chemistry, neoand spiro which are considered part of the name and therefore not italicized or hyphenated. I suspect one could modify it to either "all amino acidsproteins and sugars" or perhaps "all primary level chirality of molecules" or something to that effect, but I am not qualified to make the change right. Retrieved from " vnbeauty.info? The consensus here seems to be to use the American spelling. The emphasis on that last sentence is. They turn out to only be good approximations. Covalently-bonded compounds are also known as molecules. I suspect they can be merged, I don't recall any use of lyotropic outside of the description of lyophases. This is free lionel messi biography argentine superstar WP:MOS issue.
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- If the information is important and the concern is article density or length, consider dividing the article into more sections , integrating unnecessarily list-formatted information into the article prose, or splitting the article. Unfortunately the US has a record of ignoring IUPAC while other countries accept its recommendations.
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