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Name and Symbol of the Element with Atomic Number 111

Comments by 31 October 2004

Prof. John Corish

University of Dublin, Chemistry Department, Trinity College

Dublin 2, Ireland

Tel: +353 1 6081776

E-mail: jcorish@tcd.ie

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Numbering of Fullerenes

Comments by 31 August 2004

Dr. Warren H. Powell

1436 Havencrest Court

Columbus, Ohio 43220-3841, USA

Tel.: +1 614 451 1830

E-mail: wpowell2@juno.com

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Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry

Comments by 31 August 2004

Prof. Neil G. Connelly

University of Bristol, School of Chemistry

Cantock’s Close

Bristol, BS8 1TS, UK

Tel: +44 117 928 8162

Fax: +44 117 929 0509

E-mail: neil.connelly@bristol.ac.uk

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