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Sulfur Acids and their Derivatives in which Sulfur is Linked Only Through Nitrogen or Through Nitrogen and Oxygen to the Organic Radical Rule C-662

662.1 - If a sulfur-containing group is attached by oxygen or nitrogen to a compound that contains also another substituent having priority over the sulfur-containing group for citation as principal group, then the sulfurcontaining group is named by a composite prefix built from prefixes named in other parts of these rules and arranged in the order in which the components occur in the compound.

Examples to Rule C-662.1

See Recommendations'93 R-5.7.8, Table 14

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