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Asadkarim7

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How to make the organic structures ?

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  1. anonymous
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    easy

  2. anonymous
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    but yo hve to come online and name a simple or complitated organic sturcture and i will show you

  3. Asadkarim7
    • 5 years ago
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    I'm not asking abt the basic , compounds i'm asking abt esters and stuff

  4. anonymous
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    okay name an ester and i will tell you

  5. Asadkarim7
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    Ethyl-ethanoate

  6. anonymous
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    *Remember always the functional group ester will end with ate * For example: CH3-COO-CH3 - Methylacetate *CH3-COO-C2H5 - Ethyacetate *CH3-COO-C3H8- Propylacetate

  7. anonymous
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    http://homepage.smc.edu/kline_peggy/organic/Organic_Structures.html

  8. anonymous
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    if you want to make compounds, if im not mistaken you need to synthesize a certain compound from any starting compound and can use any reagents. They way i studied this when i was in ochem was i made up compounds or looked for some in the book and i flipped to the beggining of the book n grabed any compound and tried to make it from there, its a very good excersize to see if you truely understand what you are doing rather than doing from chapter to chapter memorizing reactions. DO NOT MEMORIZE reactions if you are going any further in chemistry, you will regret it.

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