Naming Aldehydes - Meth 1 Eth 2 Prop 3 But 4 Pent 5 Hex 6...

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Naming Aldehydes - As discussed previously, the IUPAC names for the simplest organic molecules are comprised of two parts. The root denotes the longest, continuous chain of carbon atoms The suffix denotes the class that the molecule belongs to. - The IUPAC roots used to denote the longest, continuous chain of carbon atoms are as follows. Root Number of carbon atoms in the longest, continuous chain
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Unformatted text preview: Meth- 1 Eth- 2 Prop- 3 But- 4 Pent- 5 Hex- 6 Hept- 7 Oct- 8 Non- 9 Dec- 10 The IUPAC suffixes used to denote the class that the molecule belongs to are listed here. The suffix for aldehydes is –al . Class Suffix Alkane -ane Alkene -ene Alkyne -yneAlcohol -ol Ether ether Amine -amine Aldehyde -al Ketone -one Carboxylic acid oic acid Carboxylic ester -oate Amide -...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course CHEM 113 taught by Professor Blaha during the Spring '11 term at Columbus State Community College.

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Naming Aldehydes - Meth 1 Eth 2 Prop 3 But 4 Pent 5 Hex 6...

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