posted by michelle on .
Just wanted to know if I have named the following compounds correctly..and wanted to know if there are any short-hand or easier methods of naming organic compounds because they are a bit confusing!I tried drawing structural formulas for the following as well..I don't think most of them are right...
1) CH3CH2CH2CH(CH3)CH3 (2-propylpentane)
2) CH3CH(C2H5)CH2CH3 (3-ethylbutane)
7) (CH3)2CHCl (chloropropane)
10) CH3C(triple bond)CCH3 (methylbutyne)
Please let me know if I am doing this right..thanks..
7. (not sure about this one) t-chlorobutyl
-CH3 substituent is methyl not propyl.
number 9: it is an alkene, so it should have a "ene" on the end, not "ane"
Yes if it is an alkene it should have an "ene" at the end not an "ane".
here's what i got..
5. pentanoic acid
hope this helps!! even though, i'm sure you're done with this worksheet by now.
thanks a ton! You saved me.
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5. Pentanoic Acid
i HAVE A QUESTION/
WHAT IS THIS
why is number8 2,2,4,4