841.2 - Compounds are named as (a) alkoxyamino derivatives of the compound , (b) as N,O-substituted hydroxylamines, (c) as alkoxyamines (even if is hydrogen), or (d), if the group has a substituent with priority for citation as principal group, by use of the prefix "aminooxy-".
Examples to Rule C-841.1
841.3 - Acyl derivatives RCO-NH-OH and NH2-O-COR are named as N-hydroxy derivatives of amides and as O-acylhydroxylamines, respectively. Alternatively the former may be named as hydroxamic acids (see Rule C-451.3).
Examples to Rule C-841.2
841.4 - Further substitution on the nitrogen or oxygen atoms of hydroxylamine is denoted by prefixes for the substituents, with O- and/or N-locants. Alternatively, compounds and may be named as derivatives of the alkoxyamine or of the hydroxamic acid (see Rule C-451.3).
Examples to Rule C-841.3
(see also Rule C-451.3)
See Recommendations'93 R-5.4.4
Examples to Rule C-841.4
(see Rule C-841.3)
or N-Methylacetohydroxamic acid
(see Rule C-451.3)
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