How nomenclature would be easy to do?, Chemistry

1.First find the maximum number of carbons chain.Give it to as a parent name.

2.Next find functional groups and give numbering.(Functional group must get minimum number)

3.Next find preority to functional groups and write the name of compound..

 

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Organic rules--

(these are the basic rules and not all of them)

1.go with the largest chain,i.e. the chain with the highest no. of carbon atoms.

2. in case of 2 or more imp. functional groups ,start with the group that is assigned the highest value by iupac, u can google that or better just look into class 11 chem,

3.never talk about fight club

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