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IPC 7
C01G-C01G05700

SECTION C – CHEMISTRY; METALLURGY


C 01INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (processing powders of inorganic compounds preparatory to the manufacturing of ceramic products C04B 35/00; fermentation or enzyme-using processes for the preparation of elements or inorganic compounds except carbon dioxide C12P 3/00; obtaining metal compounds from mixtures, e.g. ores, which are intermediate compounds in a metallurgical process for obtaining a free metal C21B, C22B; production of non-metallic elements or inorganic compounds by electrolysis or electrophoresis C25B)


C 01 GCOMPOUNDS CONTAINING METALS NOT COVERED BY SUBCLASSES C01D OR C01F (metal hydrides C01B 6/00; salts of oxyacids of halogens C01B 11/00; peroxides, salts of peroxyacids C01B 15/00; thiosulfates, dithionites, polythionates C01B 17/64; compounds containing selenium or tellurium C01B 19/00; binary compounds of nitrogen with metals C01B 21/06; azides C01B 21/08; metal amides C01B 21/092; nitrites C01B 21/50; phosphides C01B 25/08; salts of oxyacids of phosphorus C01B 25/16; carbides C01B 31/30; compounds containing silicon C01B 33/00; compounds containing boron C01B 35/00; compounds having molecular sieve properties but not having base-exchange properties C01B 37/00; compounds having molecular sieve and base-exchange properties, e.g. crystalline zeolites, C01B 39/00; cyanides C01C 3/08; salts of cyanic acid C01C 3/14; salts of cyanamide C01C 3/16; thiocyanates C01C 3/20)


Note

 Therapeutic activity of compounds is further classified in subclass A61P. [7]


Subclass Index

GENERAL METHODS OF PREPARATION 

C01G 1/00 

METALLIC COMPOUNDS, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF THE SYMBOL FOR THE METAL 

Ag Silver 

C01G 5/00 

As Arsenic 

C01G 28/00 

Au Gold 

C01G 7/00 

Bi Bismuth 

C01G 29/00 

Cd Cadmium 

C01G 11/00 

Co Cobalt 

C01G 51/00 

Cr Chromium 

C01G 37/00 

Cu Copper 

C01G 3/00 

Fe Iron 

C01G 49/00 

Ga Gallium 

C01G 15/00 

Ge Germanium 

C01G 17/00 

Hf Hafnium 

C01G 27/00 

Hg Mercury 

C01G 13/00 

In Indium 

C01G 15/00 

Ir Iridium 

C01G 55/00 

Mn Manganese 

C01G 45/00 

Mo Molybdenum 

C01G 39/00 

Nb Niobium 

C01G 33/00 

Ni Nickel 

C01G 53/00 

Os Osmium 

C01G 55/00 

Pb Lead 

C01G 21/00 

Pd Palladium 

C01G 55/00 

Pt Platinum 

C01G 55/00 

Re Rhenium 

C01G 47/00 

Rh Rhodium 

C01G 55/00 

Ru Ruthenium 

C01G 55/00 

Sb Antimony 

C01G 30/00 

Sn Tin 

C01G 19/00 

Ta Tantalum 

C01G 35/00 

Ti Titanium 

C01G 23/00 

Tl Thallium 

C01G 15/00 

U Uranium 

C01G 43/00 

V Vanadium 

C01G 31/00 

W Tungsten 

C01G 41/00 

Zn Zinc 

C01G 9/00 

Zr Zirconium 

C01G 25/00 

COMPOUNDS OF TRANSURANIC ELEMENTS 

C01G 56/00 

COMPOUNDS OF METALS NOT COVERED BY THE PRECEDING GROUPS 

C01G 57/00 



1/

00Methods of preparing compounds of metals not covered by subclasses C01B, C01C, C01D, C01F, in general (electrolytic production of inorganic compounds C25B 1/00) [2]

1/

02.Oxides

1/

04.Carbonyls

1/

06.Halides

1/

08.Nitrates

1/

10.Sulfates

1/

12.Sulfides

1/

14.Sulfites


3/

00Compounds of copper

3/

02.Oxides; Hydroxides

3/

04.Halides

3/

05..Chlorides  [3]

3/

06..Oxychlorides

3/

08.Nitrates

3/

10.Sulfates

3/

12.Sulfides

3/

14.Complexes with ammonia


5/

00Compounds of silver

5/

02.Halides  [3]


7/

00Compounds of gold


9/

00Compounds of zinc

9/

02.Oxides; Hydroxides  [3]

9/

03..Processes of production using dry methods, e.g. vapour phase processes  [3]

9/

04.Halides

9/

06.Sulfates

9/

08.Sulfides


11/

00Compounds of cadmium

11/

02.Sulfides  [3]


13/

00Compounds of mercury

13/

02.Oxides

13/

04.Halides


15/

00Compounds of gallium, indium, or thallium


17/

00Compounds of germanium

17/

02.Germanium dioxide

17/

04.Halides of germanium


19/

00Compounds of tin

19/

02.Oxides

19/

04.Halides

19/

06..Stannous chloride

19/

08..Stannic chloride


21/

00Compounds of lead

21/

02.Oxides

21/

04..Lead suboxide (Pb2O)

21/

06..Lead monoxide (PbO)

21/

08..Lead dioxide (PbO2)

21/

10..Red lead (Pb3O4)

21/

12.Hydroxides

21/

14.Carbonates

21/

16.Halides

21/

18.Nitrates

21/

20.Sulfates

21/

21.Sulfides  [3]

21/

22.Plumbates; Plumbites


23/

00Compounds of titanium

23/

02.Halides of titanium

23/

04.Oxides; Hydroxides  [3]

23/

047..Titanium dioxide  [3]

23/

053...Producing by wet processes, e.g. hydrolysing titanium salts  [3]

23/

07...Producing by vapour phase processes, e.g. halide oxidation  [3]

23/

08...Drying; Calcining  [3]


25/

00Compounds of zirconium

25/

02.Oxides

25/

04.Halides

25/

06.Sulfates


27/

00Compounds of hafnium

27/

02.Oxides

27/

04.Halides

27/

06.Sulfates


28/

00Compounds of arsenic  [3]

28/

02.Arsenates; Arsenites  [3]


29/

00Compounds of bismuth


30/

00Compounds of antimony  [3]

30/

02.Antimonates; Antimonites  [3]


31/

00Compounds of vanadium

31/

02.Oxides  [3]

31/

04.Halides  [3]


33/

00Compounds of niobium


35/

00Compounds of tantalum

35/

02.Halides  [3]


37/

00Compounds of chromium

37/

02.Oxides or hydrates thereof

37/

027..Chromium dioxide  [3]

37/

033..Chromium trioxide; Chromic acid  [3]

37/

04.Chromium halides

37/

06..Chromylhalides

37/

08.Chromium sulfates

37/

10..Chrome alum

37/

14.Chromates; Bichromates


39/

00Compounds of molybdenum

39/

02.Oxides; Hydroxides  [3]

39/

04.Halides  [3]

39/

06.Sulfides  [3]


41/

00Compounds of tungsten

41/

02.Oxides; Hydroxides  [3]

41/

04.Halides  [3]


43/

00Compounds of uranium

43/

01.Oxides; Hydroxides  [3]

43/

025..Uranium dioxide  [3]

43/

04.Halides of uranium

43/

06..Fluorides

43/

08..Chlorides

43/

10..Bromides

43/

12..Iodides


45/

00Compounds of manganese

45/

02.Oxides; Hydroxides

45/

04.Carbonyls

45/

06.Halides

45/

08.Nitrates

45/

10.Sulfates

45/

12.Manganates; Permanganates


47/

00Compounds of rhenium


49/

00Compounds of iron

49/

02.Oxides; Hydroxides

49/

04..Ferrous oxide (FeO)

49/

06..Ferric oxide (Fe2O3)

49/

08..Ferroso-ferric oxide (Fe3O4)

49/

10.Halides

49/

12.Sulfides

49/

14.Sulfates

49/

16.Carbonyls


51/

00Compounds of cobalt

51/

02.Carbonyls

51/

04.Oxides; Hydroxides

51/

06.Carbonates

51/

08.Halides

51/

10.Sulfates

51/

12.Complexes with ammonia


53/

00Compounds of nickel

53/

02.Carbonyls

53/

04.Oxides; Hydroxides

53/

06.Carbonates

53/

08.Halides

53/

09..Chlorides  [3]

53/

10.Sulfates

53/

11.Sulfides  [3]

53/

12.Complexes with ammonia


55/

00Compounds of ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, osmium, iridium, or platinum


56/

00Compounds of transuranic elements


57/

00Compounds of metals not covered elsewhere in this subclass

  
 

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