Sulfur Acids and their Derivatives in which Sulfur is Linked Only Through Oxygen to the Organic Radical Rule C-651

651.1 - Neutral esters of sulfur acids (and their derivatives) listed in the table pertaining to Rule 5.214 of the I.U.P.A.C. Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry, 1970 (p. 32) , are designated by the name of the organic radical(s) followed by that of the inorganic anion. Prefixes O- and S- are used where necessary, to denote attachment to oxygen and sulfur, respectively.

Examples to Rule C-651.1

651.2 - Acid esters of sulfur acids and their salts are designated in the same way as the corresponding derivatives of carboxylic acids (see Rule C-463.2).

Examples to Rule C-651.2

See Recommendations'93 R-

Sulfur Acids and Their Derivatives in which Sulfur is Linked Only Through Nitrogen or Through Nitrogen and Oxygen to the Organic Radical Rule C-661, Rule C-662
Sultones and Sultams Rule C-671


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