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Amides and Imides
Monoacylamines Rule C-823 823.1 - (a) Names of radicals , , , etc., formed by loss of a hydrogen atom from
the NH2 or NHR group of an amide, are derived from the systematic or semi-trivial name of the amide by changing the ending "-amide" to "-amido-", such radical names being used when the
compound contains also a group having priority for citation as principal group. (b) Alternatively the radicals are named as acylamino radicals.
823.2 - Despite Rule C-823.1, radicals derived from amino acids that have trivial names are named only as acylamino radicals, the acyl radical names for
the groups being used (see Rule C-421).
Examples to Rule C-823.1
See Recommendations'93 R-5.7.8
Example to Rule C-823.2
Amides and Imides C-824, C-825, C-826, C-827
Nitriles, Isocyanides, and Their Derivatives C-831, C-832, C-833, C-834
Hydroxylamines and Related Compounds C-841, C-842, C-843
Nitroso and Nitro Compounds C-851, C-852
Amine Radical Ions C-861
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