chemistry help plz

OH-OH-benzene ring-CH=CH-NH2
is anyone knows the name of this compound?

asked by lena
  1. It depends on where the OH-OH- is connected on the ring, and where the -CH is connected.

    The compound is an aromatic structure, so the base compound is benzene, and depending on how the OH are connected, may be a phenol.

    posted by bobpursley

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