# Nomenclature in Other languages

Even one letter can make a huge difference in Chemistry Nomenclature. So I am looking for credible resources that is specifically published for explaining Nomenclature rules, examples in Spanish. Any suggestions?

• By quick google search I found this web page where there are few titles in Spanish. For instance, there is a book entitled "Nomenclatura de la Química Orgánica (IUPAC)". Is it what you are looking for? – Wildcat Sep 30 '14 at 8:03
• @Wildcat I was trying out that link before and after you have pointed out. However from U.Barcilona the pdf or the web page isn't loading. I looked for other avenues - no luck as of now. I am thinking a Spanish Chemistry book for Nomenclature might include the required info. However it's vital to get accurate nomenclature as of IUPAC though... – bonCodigo Oct 1 '14 at 3:08
• @Martin I like that tag: reference request. Nice one! – bonCodigo Oct 1 '14 at 3:10
• I do not speak any word spanish, but this might look promising: books.google.co.jp/… You also might want to check your local organisation for more information: rseq.org – Martin - マーチン Oct 1 '14 at 4:16
• That's indeed quite helpful, although it only covers the organic set. – bonCodigo Oct 1 '14 at 7:34