Specific Classes of Compounds
Substituted hydrocarbons are named as derivatives of carbon parent hydrides (see R-2.2, R-2.3 and R-2.4).
Some trivial names are retained (see R-9.1,
Table 19(a), Table 20 and Table 21).
Examples to R-5.1.1
R-5.1.2 Chalcogen hydrides
R-5.1.3 Hydrides of the group 15 elements
R-5.1.4 Silicon parent hydrides
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