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dimethylcarbamoyl chloride: form recommended by the IUPAC (Int. Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry). 1, record 1, English, - dimethylcarbamoyl%20chloride
N,N-dimethylcarbamoyl chloride: The capital letters "N" must be italicized; incorrect form. 1, record 1, English, - dimethylcarbamoyl%20chloride
chlorure diméthylcarbamoyle : forme recommandée par l'UICPA (Union int. de chimie pure et appliquée). 1, record 1, French, - chlorure%20de%20dim%C3%A9thylcarbamoyle
chlorure de N,N-diméthylcarbanyle : Les lettres majuscules «N» s'écrivent en italique; forme incorrecte. 1, record 1, French, - chlorure%20de%20dim%C3%A9thylcarbamoyle
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