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Alcohols, Phenols, and their Derivatives
Phenols Rule C-203 203.1 - Hydroxy derivatives of ring assemblies are named (a) by adding the suffix "-ol" to the name of the corresponding hydrocarbon
or (b) as substituted derivatives of the component present that contains the largest number of hydroxyl groups.
See Recommendations'93 R-5.5.1
Examples to Rule C-203
(see exception to Rule C-74.1)
Heterocyclic Compounds Rule C-204
Radicals Rule C-205
Salts Rule C-206
Ethers Rule C-211, Rule C-212, Rule C-213, Rule C-214
, Rule C-215, Rule C-216
Peroxides Rule C-218
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