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Publisher: Cengage Learning
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Section
Chapter 14, Problem 14.62P
Textbook Problem

14-62 Draw structural formulas and write IUPAC names for the eight isomeric alcohols with the molecular formula C5H12O.

Expert Solution
Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The structures and IUPAC name of all the eight isomeric alcohols having molecular formula of C5H12O should be determined.

Concept Introduction:

Isomers are the compounds which have same molecular formula but different structures.

They will have different IUPAC names also.

Explanation of Solution

The compound with given molecule formula is an alcohol with five carbons hence it will be pentanol.

The possible isomers will be.

  1. Positional: due to difference in position of OH group on the carbon chain

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