Examples to Rule C-931.1
931.2 - Compounds RN=NX are named by adding, after the name of the parent compound RH, the syllables "diazo" joined to the designation of the atom or group X.
Note: These compounds are distinguished from azo compounds by the fact that the group X is not joined to the nitrogen atom by a link from a carbon atom (except for the cyanide).
931.3 - Compounds RN=N-OM, where M is a metal, are named metal diazoates.
Examples to Rule C-931.2
931.4 - Compounds containing a group N2 attached by one atom to carbon are named by adding a prefix "diazo-" for this substituent to the name of the parent compound.
Example to Rule C-931.3
931.5 - Compounds in which a group -N=N- forms part of a ring are named as (a) cyclic compounds (see Section B) or (b), if the group creates a spiro ring system, by use of the prefix "-azi".
Examples to Rule C-931.4
See Recommendations'93 R-188.8.131.52
Examples to Rule C-931.5
(a) Ethyl 3H-diazirine-3-carboxylate
- Groups Containing Three or More Contiguous Nitrogen Atoms C-941, C-942
Compounds Containing a N=C-N or N=C=N Group C-951, C-952, C-953, C-954, C-955, C-956
Compounds Containing a N-C(-N)=N Group C-961, C-962
Compounds Containing a N-CO-N or Related Group C-971, C-972, C-973, C-974, C-975
Compounds Containing a N-CO-N-N or More Complex Group C-981, C-982, C-983, C-984, C-985
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