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463.2 - Acid esters of carboxylic acids, etc., and their salts, are named analogously to neutral esters, but the components are cited in the order cation, alkyl or aryl, etc., radical, hydrogen, anion. Locants are added if necessary.
Examples to Rule C-463.1
463.3 - Ester groups in compounds are named (a) by use of a prefix "alkoxycarbonyl-" or "aryloxycarbonyl-", etc., for the group when the radical R1 contains a substituent with priority for citation as principal group, or (b) by use of a prefix "acyloxy-" for the group when the radical contains a substituent with priority for citation as principal group.
Examples to Rule C-463.2
Examples to Rule C-463.3
The following abbreviated form is retained:
See Recommendations'93 R-5.7.1
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