List of inorganic compounds

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.

AEdit

AcEdit

AlEdit

AmEdit

NH3/NH4+Edit

SbEdit

ArEdit

AsEdit

BEdit

BaEdit

BeEdit

BiEdit

BEdit

BrEdit

CEdit

CdEdit

CsEdit

CfEdit

CaEdit

CEdit

CeEdit

ClEdit

CrEdit

CoEdit

CuEdit

CmEdit

CNEdit

DEdit

DyEdit

EEdit

EsEdit

ErEdit

EuEdit

FEdit

FEdit

FrEdit

GEdit

GdEdit

GaEdit

GeEdit

AuEdit

HEdit

HfEdit

HoEdit

HEdit

HeEdit

IEdit

InEdit

IEdit

IrEdit

FeEdit

KEdit

KrEdit

LEdit

LaEdit

PbEdit

LiEdit

MEdit

MgEdit

MnEdit

HgEdit

MoEdit

NEdit

NdEdit

NpEdit

NiEdit

NbEdit

NEdit

NOEdit

OEdit

OsEdit

OEdit

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

PEdit

PdEdit

PEdit

PtEdit

PuEdit

PoEdit

KEdit

PrEdit

PmEdit

REdit

RaEdit

RnEdit

ReEdit

RhEdit

RbEdit

RuEdit

SEdit

SmEdit

ScEdit

SeEdit

SiEdit

AgEdit

NaEdit

SrEdit

SEdit

TEdit

TaEdit

TcEdit

TeEdit

TbEdit

TlEdit

SOEdit

ClSEdit

ThEdit

TmEdit

SnEdit

TiEdit

TiOEdit

WEdit

UEdit

UEdit

UO2Edit

VEdit

VEdit

WEdit

XEdit

XeEdit

YEdit

YbEdit

YEdit

ZEdit

ZnEdit

ZrEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  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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