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give the iupac name of

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I do not understand your compound ?
u just have to do the nomenclature

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is it (4-proyl 6 etyl(1-methyl)7(1-chloromethyl)-8(1-methyl)3-nonanol)
theres no hydroxide, so it can't have an -ol ending.
the ending would be "-ene" b/c of the double bond
Its a bit complicated, hmm
on C6 it's isopropyl
Can you tell me if halogen has higher precedence or double bond?
the double bond has higher precedence
I guess that doesn't matter here hmm, You'll start numbering from left only and go just straight, right ?
you name them alphabetically
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nope the longest chain is 9 carbons
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but by going through the longest chain, we'll have to avoid halogen, are we allowed to do that ?
yep, chloromethyl
then there is hydroxide so is my answer right
is it (4-proyl 6 etyl(1-methyl)7(1-chloromethyl)-8(1-methyl)3-nonanol)
so you'll have to include the hydroxide in the main chain, which will not be the longest chain possible
3-hydroxy-6,7-diisopropyl-4-propyl-nonan-5-ene
sorry it's "non-5-ene"
Hmm I want it to be 7-(chloromethyl)-isopropyl-8-propylnon-4-en-3-ol
ah i missed the chloromethyl. but yeah that ending sounds good too, i'm not sure which one is "more" correct by iupac
Yea.... think we need THE GOLDEN BOOK! (i hate it)
haha (Y)
You wanna check it or do I? ;/
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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