aliphatic halide


aliphatic halide
галоидзамещенное алифатическое соединение

organic halide — галоидорганическое соединение

organo-mercuric halide — ртутьгалоидорганическое соединение

organo-magnesium halide — магнийгалоидорганическое соединение


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