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For Fr>En, the answer seems to be that there are useful resources but no standard list.
If you can use the compound name in the source language to find the CAS number (Chemical Abstract Service), then you can look up the CAS number to find the official name in the target language. To be confident of doing this consistently, you might need to pay to subscribe to a professional organic chemistry web site. The resources identified in the other thread work well a lot of the time and are free.
Good luck! Bruce
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