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can you please help me with naming the following benzene? i have tried several times. it is a benzene that has 2 substiuents - a ethyl on the 1st point, and an Iodine on the 3rd. i put: 1-ethyl-3-iodobenzene but it keeps saying it is wrong?

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    1-ethyl-3-iodobenzene looks correct to me.

    It is a well known material with CAS number 19164-77-3.

    Who is 'it' who says the name is wrong?

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