Glossary of class names of organic compounds and reactivity intermediates based on structure (IUPAC Recommendations 1995)

  title={Glossary of class names of organic compounds and reactivity intermediates based on structure (IUPAC Recommendations 1995)},
  author={Gerard Peter Moss and P. A. S. Smith and Dirk Tavernier},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  pages={1307 - 1375}
Membership of the Commission on Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry during the preparation of this document (1980-1994) was as follows: Titular Members: 0. Achmatowicz (Poland) 1979-1987; H. J. T. Bos (Netherlands) 1987, Vice-Chairman, 1991; J. R. Bull (Republic of South Africa) 1987-1993; H. A. Favre (Canada) 1989, Chairman, 1991; P. M. Giles, Jr. (USA) 1989; E. W. Godly (UK) 1987-1993. Secretary, 1989-1993 ; D. Hellwinkel (Federal Republic of Germany) 1979-1987, ViceChairman, 1981-1987; B. J… 
Extension and revision of the nomenclature for spiro compounds
Abstract Spiro ring systems have two or more rings linked by one common atom. Several different methods are used to name such systems. Rules A-41, A-43, B-10 and B-12 (Nomenclature of Organic
Drug laws and the 'derivative' problem.
The term derivative is rarely defined in statutes, the legal status of some substances, such as 2-bromo-LSD, is uncertain and it is suggested that the term derivative should be avoided in any future legislation.
Polymer Families and Their Extended Activities
The term polymer (many monomers) is derived from the ancient Greek word πολύζ (polus, meaning many, much) and μέροζ (meros, meaning parts), and refers to a molecule whose structure is composed of
Different Schiff Bases—Structure, Importance and Classification
Schiff bases are a vast group of compounds characterized by the presence of a double bond linking carbon and nitrogen atoms, the versatility of which is generated in the many ways to combine a
Betaine Adducts of N-Heterocyclic Carbenes : Synthesis, Properties, and Reactivity
N-Heterocyclic carbenes (NHCs) form stable zwitterionicadducts with a range of heteroallenes, ketenes, and allenes. Although the first representatives of this class of inner salts were first
Phane nomenclature. Part II. Modification of the degree of hydrogenation and substitution derivatives of phane parent hydrides (IUPAC Recommendations 2002)
Abstract Cyclophane and linear phane systems are considered as parent hydrides. Their derivatives are named in conformity with the principles, rules, and conventions prescribed for naming organic
Dimensioning the Term Carbenoid.
This work proposes the exclusive use of the carbenoid term to species of type (X)(M)CR1 R2 with a tetrasubstituted carbon center that upon loss of X afford an effective carbene transfer process.
MolDIA: XML based system of molecular diversity analysis towards virtual screening and QSPR
A new chemoinformatics tool for Molecular Diversity Analysis (MolDIA) is introduced and the implementation of eXtended Markup Languages (XML) is proposed as a basis for representing and structuring the chemical information contained in data structures and databases.
Synthesis and Horner−Wittig Chemistry of (Fluoromethyl)diphenylphosphane Oxide
(Fluoromethyl)diphenylphosphane oxide (1) was obtained by heating (diphenylphosphinoyl)methyl p-toluenesulfinate (2) with potassium fluoride. Compound 1 is a stable, crystalline solid, suitable for