I know that a 12-note scale (as in the currently ubiquitous 12 equal temperament) is called "chromatic". In a chromatic system, there are sharps and/or flats, but no neighboring sharps and flats.
What is the name of the scale that includes all the following 19 notes? C, C#, D♭, D, D#, E♭, E, E#/F♭, F, F#, G♭, G, G#, A♭, A, A#, B♭, B, B#/C♭
Obviously, this scale can't be done in 12 equal temperament (where the sharps and flats are tempered into the same note). But is there a name for this scale?
On the Wikipedia article for "Chromatic scale", it includes a just tuning section that shows a Pythagorean (3-limit) and 5-limit (Ptolemaic) tuning of all the notes. However, 17 notes are shown for the Pythagorean one, and 19 for the Ptolemy's one. But the same article says that "chromatic" means 12 notes, so I assume it's just showing different options that can be used for the tuning of a chromatic scale. But what do you call a scale that includes all of them?
What is the name of a scale that includes all 19 or 17 of these notes?
Edit: Note that I'm looking for the name of the scale itself, not a temperament that includes approximations of it.