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Appendix

R-9.2.2 Simple polyvalent bridges

Tri- and tetravalent bridges derived from methane are named metheno and methyno, respectively. Other polyvalent bridges, monatomic or polyatomic, are named in the same way as the corresponding substituent prefix. Locants enclosed in square brackets are used as needed.

Examples to R-9.2.2

Metheno

Nitrilo

Ethanylylidene

Ethane[1,1,2]triyl

Epoxynitrilo


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