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Name the following organic molecule

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Dare I try to dust of my old chemistry memories? Lets see... the main chain has five carbons so.. pent- something (just gotta remember the rest).
Hmm you are on the right path

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hmm the double bond means... something..
ah ah! Pentene... with some numbers or something?
you need two things yea.
Hmm would it be Pent-2-ene? (urgh, had to google how to name compounds)
One of way putting it so yea else you can say 2-pentene. But you are not done yet :D
Oh no! What have I forgotten?
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Oh oh! It's something to do with the arrangement of the hydrogens right? ok
Are the two molecules the same in the following pic:
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Ah! (took me awhile), yes they are different because the double bond can't 'rotate'.
so the full name is? :D
(geometric isomers)
Bleh, I'm trying to remember what each are called when they are on the same side or not - is it cis and trans?
Yea :D
Ah ha! so it is trans 2-pentene :D
jeps :D
Woo! That took a serious amount of brain-dusting
haha xD

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