When immediately followed by "-in" or "-ine ", "phospha-" should be replaced by "phosphor-", "arsa-" should be replaced by "arsen-" and "stiba-" should be replaced by "antimon-". In addition, the
saturated six-membered rings corresponding to phosphorin and arsenin are named phosphorinane and arsenane. Further exceptions: borin is replaced by borinane.
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