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Textbook Problem

Using IUPAC nomenclature, name each of the following ketones.

Chapter 4, Problem 4.35EP, Using IUPAC nomenclature, name each of the following ketones. , example  1

Chapter 4, Problem 4.35EP, Using IUPAC nomenclature, name each of the following ketones. , example  2

Chapter 4, Problem 4.35EP, Using IUPAC nomenclature, name each of the following ketones. , example  3

Chapter 4, Problem 4.35EP, Using IUPAC nomenclature, name each of the following ketones. , example  4

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

For the given ketone IUPAC name has to be assigned.

Concept Introduction:

For naming a ketone in IUPAC nomenclature, the suffix “-one” is added to the parent alkane name.

IUPAC rules for naming a ketone:

  • • The longest parent carbon chain is identified that includes the carbonyl group.
  • • The parent chain name is changed by replacing the suffix “-e” with “-one”.
  • • Numbering is done in a way that the carbonyl group gets the least numbering.  The position of the carbonyl group is indicated in the name.
  • • The identity and location of substituents if any has to be determined and this information has to be added in front of the IUPAC name.
  • • Cyclic ketones are named by adding the suffix “-one” to the name of the carbon ring.  The substituents are numbered so that it gets the least numbering starting from the carbonyl group that is given the number 1.

In a line-angle structural formula, carbon atom is present in the point where the lines intersect and the end point.

Explanation

Given structure of ketone is,

The given ketone is a cyclic ketone.  The total number of carbon atoms present in the given cyclic ring is six carbon atoms.  Therefore, the parent cycloalkane is cyclohexane.  The suffix “-e” is replaced by “-one”...

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

For the given ketone IUPAC name has to be assigned.

Concept Introduction:

For naming a ketone in IUPAC nomenclature, the suffix “-one” is added to the parent alkane name.

IUPAC rules for naming a ketone:

  • • The longest parent carbon chain is identified that includes the carbonyl group.
  • • The parent chain name is changed by replacing the suffix “-e” with “-one”.
  • • Numbering is done in a way that the carbonyl group gets the least numbering.  The position of the carbonyl group is indicated in the name.
  • • The identity and location of substituents if any has to be determined and this information has to be added in front of the IUPAC name.
  • • Cyclic ketones are named by adding the suffix “-one” to the name of the carbon ring.  The substituents are numbered so that it gets the least numbering starting from the carbonyl group that is given the number 1.

In a line-angle structural formula, carbon atom is present in the point where the lines intersect and the end point.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

For the given ketone IUPAC name has to be assigned.

Concept Introduction:

For naming a ketone in IUPAC nomenclature, the suffix “-one” is added to the parent alkane name.

IUPAC rules for naming a ketone:

  • • The longest parent carbon chain is identified that includes the carbonyl group.
  • • The parent chain name is changed by replacing the suffix “-e” with “-one”.
  • • Numbering is done in a way that the carbonyl group gets the least numbering.  The position of the carbonyl group is indicated in the name.
  • • The identity and location of substituents if any has to be determined and this information has to be added in front of the IUPAC name.
  • • Cyclic ketones are named by adding the suffix “-one” to the name of the carbon ring.  The substituents are numbered so that it gets the least numbering starting from the carbonyl group that is given the number 1.

In a line-angle structural formula, carbon atom is present in the point where the lines intersect and the end point.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

For the given ketone IUPAC name has to be assigned.

Concept Introduction:

For naming a ketone in IUPAC nomenclature, the suffix “-one” is added to the parent alkane name.

IUPAC rules for naming a ketone:

  • • The longest parent carbon chain is identified that includes the carbonyl group.
  • • The parent chain name is changed by replacing the suffix “-e” with “-one”.
  • • Numbering is done in a way that the carbonyl group gets the least numbering.  The position of the carbonyl group is indicated in the name.
  • • The identity and location of substituents if any has to be determined and this information has to be added in front of the IUPAC name.
  • • Cyclic ketones are named by adding the suffix “-one” to the name of the carbon ring.  The substituents are numbered so that it gets the least numbering starting from the carbonyl group that is given the number 1.

In a line-angle structural formula, carbon atom is present in the point where the lines intersect and the end point.

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