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Thiocarboxylic Acids, etc.

Rule C-542

542.1 - The names of salts of thiocarboxylic acids are formed from the name of the acid by replacing "-ic acid" by "-ate" and stating first the name of the cation.

Examples to Rule C-542.1

See Recommendations'93 R-5.7.1.3

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