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u0860867 Group Title

pls help name this moecule its urgent thanks

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    http://www.acdlabs.com/iupac/nomenclature/

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    Looks like a trans alkene. Give it a try yourself first. If you need help, aaronq has posted a great link to help you out.

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    If his link still isn't enough, here is a secondary link that I used to help me: http://butane.chem.uiuc.edu/cyerkes/Chem104A_BFA05/Genchemref/nomenclature_rules.html

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    3-methyl-5-octene

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    i didnt really get the right answer

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    More like cis to me |dw:1368937321054:dw|

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    Cis-6-methyl-3-nonene

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    yes, cis! LOL. sorry. my brain is perma fried. Thank you weekend :)

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