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arkababu Group Title

give the iupac name of

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  1. arkababu Group Title
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    |dw:1359470162256:dw|

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  2. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    I do not understand your compound ?

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  3. arkababu Group Title
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    u just have to do the nomenclature

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  4. arkababu Group Title
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    is it (4-proyl 6 etyl(1-methyl)7(1-chloromethyl)-8(1-methyl)3-nonanol)

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    theres no hydroxide, so it can't have an -ol ending.

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    the ending would be "-ene" b/c of the double bond

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    Its a bit complicated, hmm

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  8. aaronq Group Title
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    on C6 it's isopropyl

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  9. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    Can you tell me if halogen has higher precedence or double bond?

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  10. aaronq Group Title
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    the double bond has higher precedence

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    I guess that doesn't matter here hmm, You'll start numbering from left only and go just straight, right ?

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    you name them alphabetically

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    |dw:1359474124360:dw|

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  14. aaronq Group Title
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    nope the longest chain is 9 carbons

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    |dw:1359474240821:dw|

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  16. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    but by going through the longest chain, we'll have to avoid halogen, are we allowed to do that ?

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  17. aaronq Group Title
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    yep, chloromethyl

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  18. arkababu Group Title
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    then there is hydroxide so is my answer right

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  19. arkababu Group Title
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    is it (4-proyl 6 etyl(1-methyl)7(1-chloromethyl)-8(1-methyl)3-nonanol)

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    so you'll have to include the hydroxide in the main chain, which will not be the longest chain possible

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    3-hydroxy-6,7-diisopropyl-4-propyl-nonan-5-ene

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    sorry it's "non-5-ene"

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    Hmm I want it to be 7-(chloromethyl)-isopropyl-8-propylnon-4-en-3-ol

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    ah i missed the chloromethyl. but yeah that ending sounds good too, i'm not sure which one is "more" correct by iupac

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    Yea.... think we need THE GOLDEN BOOK! (i hate it)

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    haha (Y)

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  27. Frostbite Group Title
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    You wanna check it or do I? ;/

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  28. aaronq Group Title
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    haha it doesn't matter, i'm just waiting for lecture to start so maybe the person who asked the question can check it out?

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