Re: CCL:Spelling question



 Since the spelling of Van der Waals's name is becoming a real issue,
 I'll explain the origin of the capital or non-capital V.
 Since he was Dutch (yes, we do produce great chemists), his name is
 spelled" Johannes Diederik van der Waals", so no capital for the v.
 When you just quote the last name, it is "Van der Waals", capital V.
 So when you use his last name for the params, the official Dutch way
 of spelling would be with a capital V.
 Not that it is realy important....
 Cheers,
 Mirko Kranenburg
 University of Amsterdam
 Dept. of Inorganic C?~?~hemistry and Homogeneous Catalysis
 the Netherlands
 e-mail: mirko ( ( at ) ) sara.nl