# List of Loong's nomenclature answers

After the sad event of termination of Loong's account, his nomenclature questions cannot be searched easily anymore. Therefore, I've decided to section his 263 answers (as far as I've been able to find) based on the topic they deal with. I'll be adding answers for each section and they will be listed in the main question.

• Not to be a bother, but is there a short discreet explanation for why that account was terminated? A link would be fine.
– Ed V
May 16 at 14:16
• May 16 at 14:17
– Ed V
May 16 at 14:26
• For various reasons, I'd think that sorting them by the section of the Blue Book referred to, or the specific rule, is more useful. Firstly, that often gets closer to the crux of the question than just which molecule it is being applied to; and secondly, that makes identifying duplicates and related questions much easier. However, I'm not sure that a post on Stack Exchange is a good way to do that. Some kind of database, or at least a spreadsheet, would likely work better.
– orthocresol Mod
May 16 at 18:19
• @orthocresol, i'm planning to do it in the same manner as math.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/5020/…, I see the reasoning in sorting by sections, and will do so.. thanks for the suggestion. May 17 at 7:21
• May 17 at 7:26
• data.stackexchange.com/chemistry/query/edit/1409393 Posting this for reference to referred database for now.. May 17 at 16:28
• Woah @SafdarFaisal you’re doing a noble job. I am new to CH SE and I don’t know who Loong is but seeing the quality of his answers, I know why people are sad on his account termination. I saw the link you posted above, in reply to Ed V’s comment. Very sad about the new moderator policy. May 22 at 13:01

• You don't need to use [title](link) syntax for Stack Exchange questions, just put the bare link, the title will be shown automatically (and will be updated if the question title is edited, which some of these titles really do need). The caveat is that you must put a link to the question, not the answer, which I suggest anyway because answers only make sense in context of the question. I edited the first few ones.
– orthocresol Mod
May 17 at 13:43
• I changed the classification criteria as per @orthocresol's suggestion. I believe that the first one might be broken down further into smaller sections, but I don't think I have the valor to accomplish that today. Afterall it's WIP. May 18 at 12:14