Composite radicals usually be found under methane, methyl, acetyl. Benzene, phenyl, or cyclohexane (for example, acetylimino, cyclohexanecarbonyl), but some other important examples as well as exceptions to the systematic rules are also listed.
The Rules cited in the third are the principal references but are not to be considered as necessarily an exhaustive list.
Except at the point(s) of attachment, decimal points are used for brevity, in place of lines to denote single bonds, and colons to denote double bonds.
All radical names are listed alphabetically in the following files:
A; B; C; D-F; G-H; I-L; M; N-O; P; Q-S; T-Z
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