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Principles of Organic Nomenclature

R-1.2.1 Substitutive operation

The substitutive operation involves the exchange of one or more hydrogen atoms for another atom or group. This process is expressed by a prefix or suffix denoting the atom or group being introduced (see R-3.2 and R-4 for lists of prefixes and suffixes).

Examples to R-1.2.1


Cyclohexane

Chlorocyclohexane
(substitutive prefix = chloro)

Ethane

Ethanethiol
(substitutive suffix = thiol)

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R-1.2.2 Replacement operation
R-1.2.3 Additive operation
R-1.2.4 Conjunctive operation
R-1.2.5 Subtractive operation
R-1.2.6 Ring formation or cleavage
R-1.2.7 Rearrangement
R-1.2.8 Multiplicative operation

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