Nomenclature Lab Sp10

Nomenclature Lab Sp10 - Name: _ _ CHEM 3341 Nomenclature...

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CHEM 3341 Nomenclature Lab Spring 2010 This laboratory exercise contains problems on both common and systematic naming, and is meant to compliment the lecture coverage. First, read the Key to Common Nomenclature . Then, answer the following questions. Part 1. Give the common and systematic names for each of the following compounds. Cl Common: Systematic: O Common: Systematic: NH Common: Systematic: OH Common: Systematic: Part 2. Systematic Names for Substituents. Covered in Section 2.2 There is another way to name substituents, and it is analogous to the procedure you learned for systematic naming. Follow along with the example below to see how it is done. The molecule on the right could be called isobutylcycloheptane. It could also be called (2-methylpropyl)cycloheptane. Thus, the substituent could be called an isopropyl group or a 2-methylpropyl group. Here is how the substituent name was derived.
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