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adamconner

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What are these structures?

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    Get marvin sketch or chemsketch (it is free) and use their naming function (draw out the molecule and then you can select it and find its IUPAC name using an option in the menus) cut and paste that IUPAC name into google and you can find its common name. You can also draw it on emolecules and hope you get a match for a supplier that sells it

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    Another option is reaxys if you are part of an institution that is subscribed to that website. Unfortunately I have limited experience with that website, so I cannot assist you on using it.

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    thanks dude

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