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Unformatted text preview: KEY FOR NOMENCLATURE PROBLEMS FOR COMPOUNDS CONTAINING CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND THE DERIVATIVES OF CARBOXYLIC ACIDS - PART 1 Page 1 £40 III} CH3C\Hz 0° C7H3CH2CH2 ’0 Hs—9H219C o 3c=gH—p = H— ’ _S: -— ——.| “ ’ ‘ 4 9 5K ch9 :9 (F b. ,g-gn2 /N c. 2, _N\ aCH3CH20 NH2 H CH3‘CI\'I O CH2CH2CH3 a. 2-amino-5-ethoxy-6-oxo-2-phenyl-7-sulfanylhept-3-ynenitrile b. N-cyclohexyl—3-ethyl-N -isopr0pyl-5 -oxopent-2-enamide c. 2-oxo-N,4-djphenyl-N-propylhept-3-enamide 0 d. — — — / \ — — — — I, -0 -— = _. 4"? 9H CH 0 2CH CH 9 C 6C\H 6' 0“ ’65 ¢H2 4 \O-CHg CH3CH2 CH2CH3 /C4—§H2 h $H2 NHz‘CHz CH3 d. 3-cycbpentyl—l-efl1ylpent—2—enyl 2-ethyl-6-oxo—3-sulfany]hex-4-ynoate e. ( lE)-5-amino- l-efl1y1-4-oxopent-1-enyl 5,5-dimeflloxy-2-propyl-2-su1fanylpent~3-ynoate O 0\ CH3CH2 ,9 f 3 CH3CH2 ,0 ,G'RH: ON‘RCH c1/1‘9H2—g=c—c—9H=9H- c’ g H C3HC 3—9H‘C/i 2 \2 [H lCHzCH3 CgHz—CI /CH3 /9 :9\ CHz—CH 0CH3 —0 5CH CH3 ’sz ‘CHg f. 9-chloro-5,5-diethyl-8-oxonon-6-en-3-ynoyl chloride 0 7 g. N-cyclohexyl—N-isobutyl—3-methyl-5-oxopent-2-enamiie h. (3Z)-N,5-dicyclopentyl-N-ethyI-3-methoxy-6-oxohept-3-enamide f? I? 2 \ \ \\ QO’Q‘ch‘cro N§C 3 CH3 C 1 III cu\ a j. C’0\ H’ “H‘OH 6 H 1‘- 0 0 CHZCHg o- Hd —b- \ OH i. (2S,32,5E)-2—hydroxy-7-oxo-4,7-djphenoxyhepta-3,5-dienoic acid j. l-cyano-1-ethy1-4-hydroxy-5-oxopent-2-ynyl 3-cyano-1-methyl-4-oxocyclohexa-2,5-dienecarboxylate k. ammonium 8-hydroxy-4-mefl10xy—3-methylcycloocta-2,4-djenecarboxylate KEY FOR NOMENCLATURE PROBLEMS FOR COMPOUNDS CONTAINING CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND THE DERIVATIVES OF CARBOXYLIC ACIDS - PART 1 PageZ CH3‘0\/O—CH3C1\I/// é?\N 1. H CH —C 0(2— 9 2 22 / \ 2 1/ o 1/\CH-O 9 CH—C=N mH\c C=N CHEN? _ _ _ H CH CH3CH2 9H2? (53 H o CH2CH3 CH3 C3H3 l. l—cthyl—4,4-dimethoxy-2,6-dioxohexyl 2-cyanopent—4-ynoate m. 4,7-diethyl-6-fonnyl—2-oxocycloocta-4,7-diene-1,3-dicarb0nitrile n. 4,4-d1'chloro-N-cycloheptyl-N-( l ,2-d1'me thylpropyDc yc lohe pta- l ,5-dienccarboxamide 0 CH 9’ H I 3 6 O N CH3CH2-O C‘Cl Q/C—(l) 0 N$C 1 CH3 H |(l:| (I? 6 q‘ 0/93é_gzq_p/Q‘H C=N 3 4 2 ’H / ‘\OH 5 0 3 lg: CHZCH3 H CR! 0 o. 2-cyano-5-ethoxybenzoyl chloride p. 4-cyano-2-methoxyphenyl benzoate q. 5-cyano-2-fonnyl—l-methyl-4-oxocyclohexa-2,5-dienyl 2-cyano-2-ethyl-5-hydroxy-6-oxohex—3-ynoate CH3CH2 ,0 N—‘6CI\ 0 H CH3‘CH2 5CH2 H | 0 \ ,CH2 O )0; {HQ 3' O’O’Q‘P‘Q‘Sf t‘ Ngc 3:10:90 ' H , s a "’ "b" CH3-O 2CH H 9 ICQ‘HOH “Dy/9&9? -_0 [’0‘ 0: II b 0’ OH bRH d o (F ‘15le OH a r. (3Z)-2-cyclopentyl-6-[cyclopentyl(ethyl)ammo]-4-mcthoxy-6-oxohex—3—cnoic acid 5. phenyl (2E,4Z,6S)-6-hydroxy-7-oxo-4-phenoxyhepta-2,4-dienoate t. (28,3S,4R)-4-cyano-3-hydroxy-2-phenyl-2-propoxypentanedioic acid KEY FOR NOMENCLATURE PROBLEMS FOR COMPOUNDS CONTAINING CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND CARBOXYLIC ACID DERIVATIVES - PART 2 Page 1 O “ —0H 9 o’CHs 5 9 élo C-0 2 CH3—O 3 CH3CH2-0 ~Cl 0/ 6 dCH3CH a' 7 2 112(6)::9 3 dHo CH3 8 5 C \CI CEN Doc—0H fi‘q 0 CHZCH3 a. 6-methoxy-7-methy1cycloocta-5,7-diene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid b. 2-cyano-5-eflioxycyclohexa-1,4-dienecarbonyl chloride c. 4-cyano- l -methoxycyclohexa-2,5-dieny1 benzoate d. 4,6-dicyano-2,7vdiefl1yl-5 -oxocycloocta-2,7-dienecarboxylic acid HO //0 __ O O eCH3CH2 /0 ,9H R \\ - ’/ \ N—IC\/ //C5 CHZ‘CEN f‘ /G_C2H-§H_gH-§\ 4/0 3C<C4 HO l [gH— /CH3 OBI/9143C CH2CH3 HS \o—CHz-CH CH3 \\0 CH3 6. 8-cyano-N-cyclopentyl-N-ethyI-6-hydroxy-2-methyl-3,7vdioxooct-4—ynamide f. Z-ethyl-4-isobutoxy-5,7-dioxo—6-squanylhept-3-enoic acid CH CH2 n 3 \ /9\ H CHBCEIZ //O H /H CH3 0 g' N‘BCH 9a 9 h. /N—- \ ._ __ / \\ I gx /gH \ A“? 0 PH C-gHz'CEN 9H; 40 \ H _C—=-N CH3CH2 631— ‘q;— / \ = / 4 ('5 9 2 1 CH3 \‘ I \\ S \ g. 8-[cyclopentyl(efl1yl)amino]-3-hydony—4,7-dioxonon-5-ynenitri]e h. (ZZ)-5—cyano-l-methy1-4-oxopent-Zenyl (3Z)-7-(diethylamino)—2-methoxy-6-methyl—5,7-dioxohept—3-enoate CH N 3 m CH3CHzo—C” 3 2 (n) \ (3/911) _ C1 4 C‘0H QNC 1' QC 2 1" NgC s C’H O 2 0 n H-C 1C§N1 0 \\O i 2-cyano-6-{[mefl1y1(phenyl)ammo]carbonyl} cyclohexanecarbonyl chloride j. 3-formyl—5-oxo-6-phenoxycyclohex-3-enecarbonitn'le k. 4-cyano-4-(eflioxycarbonyD-é-formyl-8-oxocycloocta—2,6-dbnecarboxylic acid KEY FOR NOMENCLATURE PROBLEMS FOR COMPOUNDS CONTAINING CARBOXYLIC ACIDS, AND CARBOXYLIC ACID DERIVATIVES - PART 2 page 2 9H 9H3TIC2" CH3 0 O H H _ \\ _ / H CH3 CH3CP{2 ,C6—9H2—9=§—g’\ N'— C __:\g {3:9}; 1. I ”Cl—"Cl m _ / \ 0 ,CH 0 ‘ “Q 19% 6};_ \ [/CH2 CH3 CH3 H 0 (Hi—‘2’: Q \OCHZCH3 L 6-[ethyl(isopropyl)amino]-2,6-dioxohex-3-ynoyl chloride m. 2-eflloxy- l-phenylprop-Z-enyl (ZZ,5E)-6-cyano—2-(2-hydroxy-l,2-dimethy1propyl)-4-oxohexa-2,5-dienoate O OH g 2 3 ll / C n, I /0 \H 0\\ ,lo Br—gHz-gHz—QH—QH 0- , C'aCH’G=9‘9\ 4° CH CH 0—CI—CH 4 WWW-Br H0 CH CH HOIQH 9x0- 3 2 I 3 0CH2CH3 2 3 K CHZ—BI' 2 11. 4-bromo-1-(2-bromo— l-ethoxy- l -methylethyl) -2-hydonybuty1 4-(2-bromo- l-ethoxyethy1)-3-fom1ylcyclohex-3-enecarboxylate o. potassium 6-carboxy—2-hydroxy-3-oxooct-4-ynoate o 7 6 || CH3CH2C§2/C OH I CgNs CH35 q. CH3CH2CH2 3 CH3CH2 P. 4-{ [ethy1(methy1)amino]carbonyl}-l-methylcyclohepta-2,5-dieny1 6-hydroxy-4—oxocyclohex-Z-enecarboxylatc q. 4-cyano-4-(cyc lopent-l-enyloxy)-5-hydroxy—N,N—dipropylcyclohepta-2,6-dicnecarboxamide CH3 Q o 9 CH3 CH2-0\ 4/CH2-CH2-90‘ 3 OH CH r- 32H 9H2 o’gT‘C‘H2 I) ”O I 2 ‘ " _— .. _ _ s. 691% m 59H 9H 9: 9 R; ,c\ ,9 CH3‘N—CH3 3 CH3”CH2 H 5 (6312-9112" \ ' o-CH CH CH2CH2CH2CH3 2 3 r. butyltrimethylammonium 4-cyclohexyloxy-5-ethyl-7-(1-ethy1-2-methylpropoxy)-7-oxohept—2-ynoatc s. (4E)-4,8-diethoxy-8~oxooct-4—enoic acid ...
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