Problem 18-1 Each of the following compounds has a well-recognized and widely used common name. A derivative of glyceric acid is an intermediate in glycolysis (Section 28-2). (-Alanine is a building block of pantothenic acid (Section 27-5). Mevalonic acid is an intermediate in the biosynthesis of steroids (Section 27-4). Write the IUPAC name for each compound. H 2 NCH 2 CH 2 COOH

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Problem 18-1

Each of the following compounds has a well-recognized and widely used common name. A derivative of glyceric acid is an intermediate in glycolysis (Section 28-2). (-Alanine is a building block of pantothenic acid (Section 27-5). Mevalonic acid is an intermediate in the biosynthesis of steroids (Section 27-4). Write the IUPAC name for each compound.

  1. Chapter 18.2, Problem 18.1P, Problem 18-1 Each of the following compounds has a well-recognized and widely used common name. A , example  1
  2. H2NCH2CH2COOH

  • Chapter 18.2, Problem 18.1P, Problem 18-1 Each of the following compounds has a well-recognized and widely used common name. A , example  2
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