Nomenclature - substituent 2.Find parent chain(longest...

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Nomenclature Chapters 16 and 17 Organic Chemistry 5 th Edition Paula Yurkanis Bruice
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Nomenclature Carboxylic Acids parent oic acid Acyl Halides parent oyl halide Acid Anhydrides parent oic parent oic anhydride Esters group parent oate Carboxylate salts cation parent oate Ketone parent one Aldehyde parent al Lactones 2 oxa parent one Lactams 2 aza parent one Amides parent amide Nitriles parent nitrile Sections 16.1 and 17.1
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Mixed nomenclature 1.Find highest priority functional group. Any lower priority group becomes a substituent. (Example: when a higher priority group is present, an alcohol becomes a hydroxy
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Unformatted text preview: substituent.) 2.Find parent chain (longest continuous carbon chain to which the priority group is attached.) 3.Number parent chain 4.Number substituents 5.Remember that an(e) en(e) and yn(e) are incorporated into the parent name even if they are not the priority group. 6.Give name, with substituents listed alphabetically and then parent name. 7.Drop the e if you have 2 vowels together. (example: 1 ‐ pentan a mine, not 1 ‐ pentan ea mine , or pentan e nitrile, not pentannitrile)...
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