Chemical Formula and IUPAC Name For Cinnamic Acid???
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(E)-3-phenylprop-2-enoic acid, by chemical formula do you mean the chemical precursors prior to this along with several step reactions or simply the chemical composition? if so then it's C6H5CHCHCOOH
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its ok anyways wat means (E) ?
is it dat naming system E and R naming system?
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yea @exuras am i right?
It simply means "Trans", it's a diffrent terminology. the (E) stand for Entgegen - which means "apart". the "Cis" equilivant in this naming scheme would be (z)
You can look up Entgegen-Zusammen
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it would be 3-phenyl-prop-2-enoic acid
i did that just by looking at it by the way but then you have to take into consideration if it is Z or E, or cis or trans.
With the E or Z system it is just the heaviest groups attached to the alkene. E being cis and Z being trans in orientation.
Cis and Trans system is just when identical groups are on one side or or one point up and the other pointing down.