1) Explain why propan-1-ol has the number "1" in the name. -The number is there to show where the OH must go. 2) Say why ethanol does not have a number in its name. -Something to do with the amount of carbons ?
I would appeciate any help with identifying the chiral carbons, if any, in each of the following compounds: OCH3 2. CH3--CH--CH3 OH O 11. CH3--CH--C--CH3 OH 12. CH3--C--CH3 OH CH3 O 15.CH3--CH--C--CH3 Br CH3--C--CH2--CH3 OH thank you.
a) Write the chemical formula for the simplest pentyne isomer, b) give the name of the two isomers that have pentyne as the base chain, c) give the name of the one isomer that has butyne as the base chain, d) give the name of the 5 …
a. At low temperatures, 1,1,2, trichloro ethane is not free to rotate about the carbon-carbon bond. It will be stuck in its lowest energy position. Is 1,1,2, trichloro ethane a chiral molecule when trapped in this position?