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1 Chapter 24: Organic Chemistry
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2 Naming Substituted Aromatic Rings – Benzenoid Compounds Traditional naming system relied on ortho ( o -), meta ( m -), and para ( p -) convention relative to the highest priority carbon on the ring Ortho position corresponded to the group joined to carbon 2 on the ring Meta position corresponded to the group joined to carbon 3 on the ring
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Unformatted text preview: Para position corresponded to the group joined to carbon 4 on the ring 3 Naming Substituted Aromatic Rings Benzenoid Compounds IUPAC nomenclature relies on naming the substituents in a manner similar to the rules we learned for chains The number on the C containing the substituent is indicated, followed by the substituent prefix and ring name....
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