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R-0.1.2 Position of locants Locants (numerals and/or letters) are placed immediately before the part of the name to which they relate, except in the case of traditional contracted forms (see
Examples to R-0.1.2
(a contracted form of Naphthalen-2-yl)
(a contracted form of Pyridin-2-yl)
R-0.1.4 Numerical (multiplicative) prefixes
R-0.1.5 Enclosing marks
R-0.1.7 Elision and addition of vowels
R-0.1.8 Order of prefixes
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