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Conjunctive Nomenclature

Rule C-53

53.1 - Benzene derivatives may be named by conjunctive nomenclature only when two or more identical side chains are present.

Example to Rule C-53.1

53.2 - Trivial names for oxo carboxylic acids (see Rule C-416.3) may be used for the acyclic component.

Examples to Rule C-53.2

See Recommendations'93 R-1.2.4

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