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Aldehydes, Ketones, and their Derivatives

Ketenes Rule C-321

321.1 - The compound CH2=C=CO is named ketene. Derivatives of ketene are named by substitutive nomenclature.

Examples to Rule C-321.1


(see Rule C-321.3)

Note: "Bis" is used to avoid ambiguity, since diketene is sometimes used for dimeric ketene.

321.2 - Ketenes in which the carbon atom of the CH2 group of ketene has been incorporated into a ring system are named by use of the prefix "carbonyl-".

Example to Rule C-321.2

Note: In such cases the use of "carbonyl" for =CO is analogous to use of "methylene" for =CH2.

321.3 - An acyl derivative of ketene may be named as a polyketone.

Example to Rule C-321.3


(see Rule C-321.1)

See Recommendations'93 R-5.6.3

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