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Compounds Containing a N-CO-N-N or More Complex Group

Rule C-981

981.1 - The following compounds are named and numbered as shown:


Semicarbazide


Carbonohydrazide
(preferred to Carbohydrazide or Carbazide)


Carbazone


Carbodiazone

981.2 - Radicals formed by removal of one hydrogen atom from position 1 of the compounds listed in Rule C-981.1, are named by changing the ending "-ide" to "-ido", or "-one" to "-ono"; these names are used when a substituent is also present that has priority for citation as principal group.

Examples to Rule C-981.2

Semicarbazido

Carbazono

Ethyl 4-semicarbazido-1-cyclohexanecarboxylate

See Recommendations'93 Table 31(a)

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