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2-methoxyheptane-Draw structural formula

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oxy?
methoxy mean OCH3 group methyl mean Ch3 group

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what did u get
eh..here's what i wrote|dw:1341339963810:dw|
it is 1 methoxy heptane
2?
u have to put methoxy group on scond carbon atom then it will be 2 methoxy heptane
eh
2nd carbon in the first chain or second chain? cause there isnt in the first
there is only one chain dude'
but oxy connects 2 chains no?
u should see the longest chain to name it right
another is not chain it is just one methyl group
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cis bonded to hydrogen not to carbon just read the rules to write the IUPAC names u will get it
txtbook not provided yet
http://www.adichemistry.com/organic/basics/iupac1/organic-iupac-nomenclature.html#INTRODUCTION please see the link
hey, me no understand
|dw:1341374690275:dw| wt is name of this molecule
heptane
what is methoxy group draw it
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just inset it in 2 nd carbon of heptane
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ello?
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thx. appreciate you trying to teach me, @chmvijay, but in this case a more direct approach was what i sought for.

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