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

Rule C-983

983.1 - The names "isosemicarbazide" and "isocarbonohydrazide" are used to cover compounds and , respectively, and their tautomeric forms. Radicals derived by loss of one hydrogen atom from position 1 are termed "isosemicarbazido-" and "isocarbonohydrazido-", respectively.

Example to Rule C-983.1

3,4-Dimethylisosemicarbazide

See Recommendations'93 Table 31(a)

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