Ch3-chbr-ch2-chcl-ch3, Chemistry

CH3-CHBR-CH2-CHCL-CH3

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Br abd Cl are side chain.

numbering is done so that the alphabet that comes first in order get lowest number i.e., bromine should get 2 because it comes before chlorine in alphabetical order.

Its IUPAC name is 2-Bromo-4-chloroPentane

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The name of this compound is 2-bromo,4-chloro,pentane

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