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See also Can. J. Chem., 1989, 67(6), v-viii (in French); Helv. Chim. Acta, 1990, 73, 1518-1523 (in French); Mag. Kem. Foly., 1988, 94, 291-310 (in Hungarian); Wiad. Chem., 1989, 43, 85-92 (in Polish) and Ann. Quim., 1992, 88, 590-595 (in Spanish).
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IntroductionRULES RB-1.1 and TABLES 1 and 2.
RecommendationsRULES RB-1.2 to RB-1.5.
RB-1.1 Saturated Monocyclic with no more than Five Membered Rings with Nitrogen Atom(s)
Table I Prefixes for the Hantzsch-Widman System
Table II Stems for the Hantzsch-Widman System
RB-1.2 Monocycle with up to ten ring members, one of which is a heteroatomREFERENCES
RB-1.3 Two or more atoms of the same heteroatom
RB-1.4 Two or more different heteroatoms
RB-1.5 Heteromonocycle with less than the maximum number of noncumulative double bonds
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