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When do we use the N nomenclature and what exactly does that mean? Like N-phenyl-4-nitrobenzamide.
 
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When do we use the N nomenclature and what exactly does that mean? Like N-phenyl-4-nitrobenzamide.
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N nomenclature is used in case of secondary and tertiary amines, when you have substituents directly attached to the nitrogen.
N-phenyl indicates that you have a 4-nitrobenzoamid molecule with a Phenylgroup attached to the nitrogen atom of the amine portion.
 
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