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Does anyone know the proper name for Thiophene, using the Hantzsch-Widmann nomenclature system?

  1. DrBob222

    I BELIEVE (but I'm no expert on organic chemistry) the name under the H-W system is "thiole." Here is a link that shows the formula plus synonyms.

    Here is a site I used to come up with that name.

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