As exceptions, Greek capital delta (), followed by superscript locant(s), is used to denote a double bond in a compound named according to Rule B-1.2 if its name is preceded by locants
for hetero atoms; and also to denote a double bond uniting components in a assembly of rings (cf. Examples to Rules A-52.1 and C-71.1)
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