Talk:CAS Registry Number
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- 1 Name
- 2 Categorizing chemical substances and providing structures as data files
- 3 Well, did they?
- 4 At least another authentic search engine for CAS number is needed....
- 5 IUPAC name in CAS search engine...???
- 6 The definition of the title....
- 7 The traceability of wiki editions are not very good....
- 8 Call for reviewing the page of Glycerol monostearate, as....
- 9 Technical Question
- 10 Requested move
- 11 Ownership
I think the full name is Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number, so I redirected it here. Should the article be moved to the full name? The abbreviated name is far more common. -- Kjkolb 09:44, 19 December 2005 (UTC)
- Cas.org itself uses the registered trademark "CAS Registry Number®". I'd say keep it. The capitalization doesn't match though. However since it will usually be used descriptively in the articles and not as a proper noun, that seems fine too for our purposes. Femto 14:10, 19 December 2005 (UTC)
- Okay, thanks. I've been working on topics that other encyclopedias and other sources have and Wikipedia doesn't, so I've been asking a lot of questions on talk pages when I'm not sure about something. :-) Kjkolb 16:04, 19 December 2005 (UTC)
Categorizing chemical substances and providing structures as data files
- In my opinion all chemical substances should be provided as data files, preferably as (compressed) Chemical Markup Language and/or Chemical table files including all informations, like CAS, physicochemical data, etc.
- All those entries should be categorized, which will allow any mining scheme to collect informations from those files.
JKW 15:17, 13 April 2006 (UTC)
Well, did they?
"The Chemical Abstracts Service has announced on its web site that it will add an additional digit to new CAS registry numbers, starting about January 2008." It's November 2008 now, did they add the digit? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Dr-spangle (talk • contribs) 19:50, 10 November 2008 (UTC)
- Yes, all this means is that there are now CAS numbers that look like 1XXXXXXX-XX-X. I have already run across a few. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 04:13, 24 December 2008 (UTC)
At least another authentic search engine for CAS number is needed....
I found this service is not biased for this chemical http://www.commonchemistry.org/ChemicalDetail.aspx?ref=122-03-2 --220.127.116.11 (talk) 12:41, 13 July 2009 (UTC)
the evidence to support my opinion http://scholar.google.com/scholar?start=0&q=cuminal+cuminaldehyde&hl=en --18.104.22.168 (talk) 13:47, 13 July 2009 (UTC)
IUPAC name in CAS search engine...???
use CAS No [6381-92-6] as an example http://www.nicnas.gov.au/Industry/AICS/ViewChemical.asp?SingleHit=1&Chemical_Id=9274&docVer=
http://search.ccinfoweb.ccohs.ca/ccohs/jsp/search/search.jsp?QueryText=6381-92-6&Search.x=30&Search.y=11&Search=Search&MaxDocs=500&ResultStart=1&SortSpec=Score+desc&hTab=7&vTab=1&hideTabs=F&Coll=cid --22.214.171.124 (talk) 03:50, 18 July 2009 (UTC)
The definition of the title....
The traceability of wiki editions are not very good....
and see the edition trails for the search engine list
Call for reviewing the page of Glycerol monostearate, as....
I attempted to simplify the article by merging some topics and redundancies.
Unfortunately WP doesnt clarify the meaning of all terms in the article-and I have limited technical knowledge.
I am uncertain whether "WP:Coordination complex" is generally equivalent to the CAS' coordination compound- as suggested by a previous editor.
But WP does not define "coordination compound". While it seems highly likely, I am uncertain whether the article's first sentence [which I constructed] is generally true. If not, I'd appreciate illumination.Hilarleo Hey,L.E.O. 22:39, 8 November 2010 (UTC)
"A User or Organization may include, without a license and without paying a fee, up to 10,000 CAS Registry Numbers or CASRNs in a catalog, web site, or other product for which there is no charge."
- That statement does not rule out getting permission to use more than 10000 CAS numbers without a fee. It is probably debatable whether that provision could be legally enforced as well. In any case, at one point there were discussions between WikiProject Chemistry participants and Chemical Abstracts. You could ask there if you are interested in the details. -- Ed (Edgar181) 15:47, 4 November 2015 (UTC)