The following are examples of trivial names which are retained:
Examples to Rule C-812.1
812.2 - Primary amines, RNH2, in which R is a heterocyclic nucleus itself containing nitrogen, are named by adding (a) the suffix "-amine" to the name of the radical, (b) the suffix "-amine" to the name of the parent compound with elision of terminal "e" (if present), or (c) the prefix "amino-" to the name of the parent compound.
The following is an example of trivial names and numbering which are retained:
Examples to Rule C-812.2
812.3 - Primary monoamines, RNH2, in which R is an alkyl group substituted terminally by a cyclic group are named (a) by adding the suffix "-amine" to the name of the radical, (b) for complex compounds by conjunctive nomenclature, or (c) as substituted cyclic compounds.
See Recommendations'93 R-5.4
Examples to Rule C-812.3
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