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. Name the following aromatic or substituted aromatic compounds.

a. Chapter 20, Problem 56QAP, . Name the following aromatic or substituted aromatic compounds. a. b. d. C. , example  1

b. Chapter 20, Problem 56QAP, . Name the following aromatic or substituted aromatic compounds. a. b. d. C. , example  2

d. Chapter 20, Problem 56QAP, . Name the following aromatic or substituted aromatic compounds. a. b. d. C. , example  3

C. Chapter 20, Problem 56QAP, . Name the following aromatic or substituted aromatic compounds. a. b. d. C. , example  4

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Name of the given aromatic or substituted aromatic compound should be determined.

Concept Introduction:

The ring structures of the compound having uncommon stability due to delocalized pi electron density shared in between all the carbon atoms of the ring is said to be an aromatic compound.

In order to give the name to the multiple substituted aromatic compounds, the following steps are followed:

  1. For single substituted aromatic compound (when the substituent contains six or fewer carbons), the name of the substituted group is written first followed by the name of the aromatic compound.
  2. For single substituted aromatic compound (when the substituent contains more than six carbons), the name of the aromatic compound is written first followed by the name of the substituted group.
  3. For single substituted aromatic compound, the numbering on the ring is done in such a way that the multiple substituents get the lowest number.
Explanation

The given structure is:

The parent aromatic compound is benzene. Numbering is done in such a way that the substituents gets th...

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Name of the given aromatic or substituted aromatic compound should be determined.

Concept Introduction:

The ring structures of the compound having uncommon stability due to delocalized pi electron density shared in between all the carbon atoms of the ring is said to be an aromatic compound.

In order to give the name to the multiple substituted aromatic compounds, the following steps are followed:

  1. For single substituted aromatic compound (when the substituent contains six or fewer carbons), the name of the substituted group is written first followed by the name of the aromatic compound.
  2. For single substituted aromatic compound (when the substituent contains more than six carbons), the name of the aromatic compound is written first followed by the name of the substituted group.
  3. For single substituted aromatic compound, the numbering on the ring is done in such a way that the multiple substituents get the lowest number.
Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Name of the given aromatic or substituted aromatic compound should be determined.

Concept Introduction:

The ring structures of the compound having uncommon stability due to delocalized pi electron density shared in between all the carbon atoms of the ring is said to be an aromatic compound.

In order to give the name to the multiple substituted aromatic compounds, the following steps are followed:

  1. For single substituted aromatic compound (when the substituent contains six or fewer carbons), the name of the substituted group is written first followed by the name of the aromatic compound.
  2. For single substituted aromatic compound (when the substituent contains more than six carbons), the name of the aromatic compound is written first followed by the name of the substituted group.
  3. For single substituted aromatic compound, the numbering on the ring is done in such a way that the multiple substituents get the lowest number.
Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Name of the given aromatic or substituted aromatic compound should be determined.

Concept Introduction:

The ring structures of the compound having uncommon stability due to delocalized pi electron density shared in between all the carbon atoms of the ring is said to be an aromatic compound.

In order to give the name to the multiple substituted aromatic compounds, the following steps are followed:

  1. For single substituted aromatic compound (when the substituent contains six or fewer carbons), the name of the substituted group is written first followed by the name of the aromatic compound.
  2. For single substituted aromatic compound (when the substituent contains more than six carbons), the name of the aromatic compound is written first followed by the name of the substituted group.
  3. For single substituted aromatic compound, the numbering on the ring is done in such a way that the multiple substituents get the lowest number.

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