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-l {4}tL MaL\,I$-<- Cln^ >to Nomenclature Cheat Sheet ORDER OF NAME (alwaYs!) Stereochem label r substituent prefix o carbon chain name r chain suffix . group sufftx Stereochem label: R or S for all stereocenters E or Z for all double bonds Substituent prefix Halogens: bromo, chloro, flouro, iodo Carbon groups: [chain name] + Yl PhenYl Special carbon groups: (I recommend you draw them in below) tert-6wl Isopropyl Isobutyl sec- butyl ?(I> *note: when writing out the name, put the substituent prefixes in alphabetical order, NOT numerical order. See the section about what "counts" alphabetically on next page. Carbon Chain Name # carbons I 2 J 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 narne met eth prop but non hex hept oct non dec *make sure you arenamiog the LONGEST possible carbon chain in your molecule! Chain Suflix All single bonds -ane Double bond (l) -ene Triple bond -yne Note: if thereare two double bonds, suflix is -diene, if therearethree, -triene, etc. Group Suffix This ii any suffix that comes from a substituent on the carbon chain. The only one you will see for this class is for alcohol GOID substituents: -ol
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