Chemical Group ACTIVE

Denotes specific chemical elements or molecules.

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
æþ* (chem) m tg 1. Ether. A compound containing an oxygen atom bonded to two hydrocarbon groups.
2. Alcohol (C2H5OH).
Inorganic Matter
æþum* chem m tg Ethane (C2H6). Minerals
-ak* m tg Oxide. Normally modifies the name of a chemical or mineral, but can also be used as a base constructor. Inorganic Matter
akw* chem m tg Water (H2O). Water
alum* m tg Alum. Inorganic Matter
arq* chem m tg Silver. Chemical Elements
arqofortodum* chem m tg Yttrium. Chemical Elements
arqyr* chem m tg Mercury. Chemical Elements
awr* chem tg Gold. Gold
awrœdum* tg Pyrite. Minerals
barytum* chem m tg Barium. Chemical Elements
berylum* chem tg Beryllium. Chemical Elements
borak* chem m tg Borax (Na2B4O7·10H2O) Minerals
borakum* chem tg Boron. Chemical Elements
cæsjum* chem tg Cesium. Chemical Elements
dysum* chem m tg Dysprosium. Chemical Elements
erbj* chem tg Erbium. Chemical Elements
ewrum* chem m tg Europium. Chemical Elements
fabrum* chem m tg Technetium.
fers* chem m tg Iron. Chemical Elements
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Chemical-Class Modifiers

  • sk* (as a suffix) - Atom or molecule of the substance.

Mutual Exclusivity: Specificity Groups

The groups of the Specificity supergroup are mutually exclusive. An element may belong to at most one of these groups.

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