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Asked Feb 16, 2020
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Draw the structure for each of the following:

a. isopropyl alcohol b. isopentyl fluoride
c. sec-butyl iodide d. tert-pentyl alcohol

e. tert-butylamine f. n-octyl bromide 

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Step 1

The naming of the organic compounds can be done by the IUPAC rule. According to IUPAC rule, the base parts of the name is represented the parent chain, the suffix name in the name of the organic compound is represented the functional groups that are present on the parent chain. The groups that are present on the parent chain is called substituents. The name of the substituent is indicated by the prefix name in the name of the organic compound.

Step 2

(a)

The structure of the organic compound isopropyl alcohol is represented below:

Chemistry homework question answer, step 2, image 1

Step 3

(b)

The structure of the organic compound isopentyl fluoride is represented below:

Chemistry homework question answer, step 3, image 1

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