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Textbook Problem

Name each of the following aromatic amines as a derivative of aniline.

Chapter 6, Problem 6.22EP, Name each of the following aromatic amines as a derivative of aniline. , example  1

Chapter 6, Problem 6.22EP, Name each of the following aromatic amines as a derivative of aniline. , example  2

Chapter 6, Problem 6.22EP, Name each of the following aromatic amines as a derivative of aniline. , example  3

Chapter 6, Problem 6.22EP, Name each of the following aromatic amines as a derivative of aniline. , example  4

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Given aromatic amine has to be named as derivative of aniline.

Concept Introduction:

IUPAC nomenclature for amine:  There are about five rules to be followed in giving IUPAC name for an amine.

  • Longest carbon chain has to be identified that is attached to nitrogen atom.
  • Suffix “-e” in name of the parent chain alkane is replaced by “-amine”.
  • Numbering of the carbon chain is done from the end that is near the nitrogen atom.
  • Point of attachment of the nitrogen atom in the carbon chain is indicated by a number before the parent chain name.
  • In case if substituents are present, then the identity and location of substituents are appended to the front in the parent chain name.

If the compound contains two amine groups, then the suffix “-e” is replaced by diamine.  Tertiary and secondary amines are named as N-substituted primary amines.

Common name for amine is given in a single word.  Primary amine is named as alkylamine.  Secondary amine is named as alkylalkylamine.  Tertiary amine is named as alkylalkylalkylamine.

Simplest aromatic amine is aniline.  Amino group attached to a benzene ring is known as aniline.

Explanation

Given structure of compound is,

Simplest aromatic amine is aniline.  In this the carbon atom that is bonded to the nitrogen atom is given the number 1.  Numbering has to be done in a way that the substituents present on the benzene ring has to get least numbering...

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Given aromatic amine has to be named as derivative of aniline.

Concept Introduction:

IUPAC nomenclature for amine:  There are about five rules to be followed in giving IUPAC name for an amine.

  • Longest carbon chain has to be identified that is attached to nitrogen atom.
  • Suffix “-e” in name of the parent chain alkane is replaced by “-amine”.
  • Numbering of the carbon chain is done from the end that is near the nitrogen atom.
  • Point of attachment of the nitrogen atom in the carbon chain is indicated by a number before the parent chain name.
  • In case if substituents are present, then the identity and location of substituents are appended to the front in the parent chain name.

If the compound contains two amine groups, then the suffix “-e” is replaced by diamine.  Tertiary and secondary amines are named as N-substituted primary amines.

Common name for amine is given in a single word.  Primary amine is named as alkylamine.  Secondary amine is named as alkylalkylamine.  Tertiary amine is named as alkylalkylalkylamine.

Simplest aromatic amine is aniline.  Amino group attached to a benzene ring is known as aniline.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Given aromatic amine has to be named as derivative of aniline.

Concept Introduction:

IUPAC nomenclature for amine:  There are about five rules to be followed in giving IUPAC name for an amine.

  • Longest carbon chain has to be identified that is attached to nitrogen atom.
  • Suffix “-e” in name of the parent chain alkane is replaced by “-amine”.
  • Numbering of the carbon chain is done from the end that is near the nitrogen atom.
  • Point of attachment of the nitrogen atom in the carbon chain is indicated by a number before the parent chain name.
  • In case if substituents are present, then the identity and location of substituents are appended to the front in the parent chain name.

If the compound contains two amine groups, then the suffix “-e” is replaced by diamine.  Tertiary and secondary amines are named as N-substituted primary amines.

Common name for amine is given in a single word.  Primary amine is named as alkylamine.  Secondary amine is named as alkylalkylamine.  Tertiary amine is named as alkylalkylalkylamine.

Simplest aromatic amine is aniline.  Amino group attached to a benzene ring is known as aniline.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Given aromatic amine has to be named as derivative of aniline.

Concept Introduction:

IUPAC nomenclature for amine:  There are about five rules to be followed in giving IUPAC name for an amine.

  • Longest carbon chain has to be identified that is attached to nitrogen atom.
  • Suffix “-e” in name of the parent chain alkane is replaced by “-amine”.
  • Numbering of the carbon chain is done from the end that is near the nitrogen atom.
  • Point of attachment of the nitrogen atom in the carbon chain is indicated by a number before the parent chain name.
  • In case if substituents are present, then the identity and location of substituents are appended to the front in the parent chain name.

If the compound contains two amine groups, then the suffix “-e” is replaced by diamine.  Tertiary and secondary amines are named as N-substituted primary amines.

Common name for amine is given in a single word.  Primary amine is named as alkylamine.  Secondary amine is named as alkylalkylamine.  Tertiary amine is named as alkylalkylalkylamine.

Simplest aromatic amine is aniline.  Amino group attached to a benzene ring is known as aniline.

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