Re: Help with a term
If the edict is to come up with "something, anything else" rather
than what it really is ... My opening response is usually to
suggest that we call the new thing :"George"
Organic Chem, 1966
Lab on nomenclature of organic compounds
After an afternoon of increasingly-complex nomenclature problems, the lab instructor drew an impossibly convoluted multiple ring structure with every functional group imaginable hanging off it.
Instructor: "OK, what would you call this one?"
Small voice from back of room:
Kat Nagel, Owner
*please send offlist replies to katnagel -at- masterworkconsulting -dot- com*
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