ACD/Name

Specific Classes of Compounds

R-5.8.5 Radical ions

A radical ion formally derived by the removal of one or more hydrogen atom(s) from a single skeletal atom or from different skeletal atoms of an ionic or zwitterionic parent hydride is named by replacing the final "e" of its name, if present, or by adding to its name, operational suffixes, such as "-yl", "-ylium", "-diyl", etc. The -convention may be used when necessary.

Examples to R-5.8.5


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