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24.2 - Univalent radicals derived from "ortho-fused" or "ortho- and peri-fused" polycyclic hydrocarbons with names ending in "-ene" by removal of a hydrogen atom from an aromatic or alicyclic ring are named in principle by changing the ending "-ene" of the names of the hydrocarbons to "-enyl".
Examples to Rule A-24.2
24.4 - Bivalent radicals derived from "ortho-fused" or "ortho- and peri-fused" polycyclic hydrocarbons by removal of a hydrogen atom from each of two different carbon atoms of the ring are named by changing the ending "yl" of the univalent radical name to "-ylene" or by adding "-diyl" to the name of the ring system Multivalent radicals, similarly derived, are named by adding "-triyl", "-tetrayl", etc., to the name of the ring system.
Examples to Rule A-24.3
(for 4H see Rule A-21.6)
See Recommendations'93 R-9.1, Table 22
Examples to Rule A-24.4
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