Instructions to abstractors, giving the nomenclature and system of notation, adopted in the abstracts

1890 Journal of the Chemical Society Abstracts  
Roman numerals for references, thus :-AnuaZeiz, 221, 92, instead of ccxxi, 92. 5. If an abstractor is acquainted with papers previously published by other authors containing statements either practically identical with, or opposed to, those in the paper abstracted, and to which no reference is made, he should notice their agreement or contradiction in a foot-note. 6. As a rule, details of methods of preparation or analysis, or generally speaking of work, may be omitted, unless such details are
more » ... s such details are essential to the understanding of the results, or have some independent value. Nomenclature. 7. Employ names such as sodium chloride, potassium sulphate, et71,yZ acetate, and use the terminals ous and ic only in distinguishing compounds of different orders derived from the same elementary radicle ; such, for instance, as mercurous and mercuric chloride, sulphurous and sulphuric acid.
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