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please help me with this. it's AP chemistry. naming compounds. I will draw the figure below

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what functional group is it?
I.. am not sure. like I do not know anything about naming compounds... so I needed someone to briefly explain how to name this one :"(

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lol you don't know anything..? why are you taking AP chemistry? it's an ether btw
I couldn't get my schedule changed. I wanted to be in AP art, and unless I took AP chem, they were not going to let me stay in art.. :(
but could you explain the whole process please?
heres a good reference, i mean for ether it's easy... name the shorter chain first add an -oxy suffix then name the longer chain like propoxypentane
oh.. thank you :) I'll try to learn the process myself I guess. lol I need to get over my fears and start studying chemistry.. anywhoo thank you again for comming ^____^
no problem ! yeah, you really have to practise. A good start would be watching some videos on khan academy or youtube, that way you see some examples and you get over those fears and dive into the wonders of chem,... or something. lol anyway, good luck !

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