Subject: Why should the chemical Tris be spelled with a capital T?
Date: Wed Oct 8 09:41:54 2008
Posted by Siamsa
Grade level: grad (science)
School: University College Dublin
City: Dublin State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Chemistry
When I write the word tris in my methods, my superviosr corrects it to Tris. But
why should Tris be given a capital letter in the middle of a sentence? A web
search reveals that many scientists spell it with a capital T and many don't. Im
interested in knowing who is right as I like to have good spelling and grammar!
Re: Why should the chemical Tris be spelled with a capital T?
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