Asked Oct 14, 2019

How might the lack of a common nomenclature be a safety concern? Share a potential scenario in which a misunderstanding of key nomenclature could lead to a major disaster.


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The lack of a common nomenclature is actually a safety concerns.  A molecule can have different isomers with same chemical for...

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