Um... I don't get this. Why do we have Systema Periodica and Systema Periodicum, with the latter linked from the former? Systema Periodica should just be deleted outright, as systema is of the neuter gender. --Iustinus 17:49 ian 22, 2005 (UTC)
It's right. Correct it!Gbust 18:08 ian 22, 2005 (UTC)
They do look rather similar, and I'd support the correct grammar. Robin Patterson 05:25 ian 25, 2005 (UTC)
- They look similar, but both need to be completed. (Er, I don't mean that we need to fix both—one has to go—but I thought I remembered last I checked this page was more complete than the other.) "Bromos" and "chlor" &c. hidden under the links are not element names. Cf. “Tabulae Elementorum Chemicalium”, and wikt:Project:Systema Periodicum (Victionarium has entries for all the element names, but a lot could stand to be improved, as I have very few neolatin sources to work from.) —Myces Tiberinus 07:44 ian 25, 2005 (UTC)
Quis false redirexit in periodica? Vt iam ab aliis dictum erat, systema est verbum (Graecum) neutrius generis. W.B.