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Provide an acceptable IUPAC name for the following compound. 14.

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All chemical compounds can be named with certain rules which are purposed by IUPAC. It purposed to name all know organic and inorganic chemical compounds with the help of certain rules.

 

Step 2

The IUPAC rules can be summarized as given below;

  • Assign the longest carbon chain as parent chain.
  • Assign the numbering to all carbon atoms in such a way that the bonded side chains and functional group get least possible number.
  • The alkyl groups and some functional groups like halogen, nitro always comes as prefix.
  • The root name represents the number of carbon atoms in the parent chain of the molecule.
  • The root name must be followed by suffix.
  • Primary suffix indicates the single, double and triple bond in the molecule. Hence they can be –ane, -ene and –yne.
  • The secondary suffix represents the functional group that is bonded on the parent chain of the molecule.

 

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To name the given compound, assign the longest chain of carbon atom with ma...

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