By Alan R Katritzky; Charles W Rees
Content material: v. 1, pt. 1. advent, nomenclature, evaluation literature, organic points, commercial makes use of, less-common heteroatoms / editor, Otto Meth-Cohn -- v. 2, pt. 2A. 6-membered jewelry with one nitrogen atom / editors, A. John Boulton and Alexander McKillop -- v. three, pt. 2B. 6-membered with oxygen, sulfur or or extra nitrogen atoms / editors, A. John Boulton and Alexander McKillop -- v. four, pt. three. 5-membered earrings with one oxygen, sulfur or nitrogen atom / editors, Clive W. chook and Gordon W.H. Cheeseman -- v. five, pt. 4A. 5-membered jewelry with or extra nitrogen atoms / editors, Kevin T. Potts -- v. 6, pt. 4B. 5-membered earrings with or extra oxygen, sulfur or nitrogen atoms / editor, Kevin T. Potts -- v. 7, pt. five. Small and big jewelry / editor, Walter Lwowski -- v. eight, pt. 6. Indexes
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There is, however, a tendency for scientific terms to be opaque and pedagogic ones transparent. 50 Given all the problems and doubts associated with transparent terms, it might be thought that it would be preferable to have terms that have no apparent link to what they denote, with terms that cannot be ‘seen through’. e. they are generally distinctive). e. they can be precise, although they often are not). And there is no limitation on their availability. Indeed, most of the terms for major word classes in English are opaque, either partly or entirely.
G. g. g. -ing form). A fourth type, EPONYMOUS terms – a subset of the third type – will be described, and combinations will also be considered. 3 1 2 3 The distinction between transparency and opaqueness (sometimes termed ‘opacity’) has been borrowed from lexicography where it is applied to the description of idioms, according to whether they can be (partly) seen through or not. g. McCarthy (1990: 7-9). Iconicity is a concept borrowed from semiotics describing a relationship of resemblance between forms and the entities they refer to (onomatopoeia being one type of it).
And yet linguists are aware more than any of the shifting nature of words and their meanings, and of the impossibility, indeed undesirability perhaps, of trying to impose total control over them (though this is precisely what the field of Terminology seeks to do). DISTINCTIVENESS and PRECISION usually go hand in hand: a term that is distinctive will also be precise. Multal and paucal are distinctive precisely because they are precise; they have only one meaning and this is unique to metalinguistic description.
Editors-in-Chief by Alan R Katritzky; Charles W Rees