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SCAN0054 - Although these are common names they have been...

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Unformatted text preview: Although these are common names, they have been integrated into the _.~\ ‘ IUPAC system and are acceptable to systematic nomenclature. Summarized rules are as follows. Naming Alkanes: IUPAC nomenclature 2.11-2.15 4-ethy1—3,3-dimethylheptane 1-methyl-2-pentylcyclopentane a. 1) Largest Ring g Longest Chain T 2.2, Hansfoggt e if two or more are equal length: a) Choose ring (cyclo): 2.15 b) Choose one with most substituents 2) List substituents Use di-, tri-, tetra-, penta-, (does not affect alphabetical order) 3) Number Carbons a) Chains, from the End Nearest: i) 1St branch (if tied, then 2nd branch; if tied, then ...) ii) substituent earliest alphabetically 2.14 b) For Rings: i) lowest sum of position numbers fl...» ii) substituent earliest alphabetically assigned 1 ...
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