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Write the condensed structure for Methylpropyl ether


Would it be C4H11O?
CH3-O-CH3CH2CH3

  1. DrBob222

    CH3-O-CH3CH2CH3
    I think you meant
    CH3-O-CH2CH2CH3
    and I think n-propyl is better so as to distinguish between n-propyl and isopropyl.

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