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Specific Classes of Compounds

R-5.7.3 Phosphorus and arsenic acids containing phosphorus or arsenic atoms derictly linked to an organic group

R-5.7.3.1 Phosphorus oxo acids and replacement modifications containing pentavalent phosphorus directly attached to an organic group are named substitutively as derivatives of functional parent compounds as illustrated in Table 15. Other replacement modifications are formed using the affixes given in Table 8. Prefixes for phosphorus groups are illustrated in Table 7.

Examples to R-5.7.3.1

R-5.7.3.2 Arsenic oxo acids and replacement modifications containing pentavalent arsenic directly attached to an organic group are named in the same way as their phosphorus analogues (see R-5.7.3.1)

Examples to R-5.7.3.2

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R-5.7.4 Salts and esters
R-5.7.5 Lactones, lactams, lactims, and analogues
R-5.7.6 Acid halides
R-5.7.7 Anhydrides and their analogues
R-5.7.8 Amides, imides, and hydrazides
R-5.7.9 Nitriles, isocyanides and related compounds

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