sayema1
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aromatic compounds. -_-
arenes are named in 2 ways.
1)substituted benzene rings
2) compounds with a phenyl group i.e. C6H5
i dnt understand why are they named differently when both substituted benzene ring arenes and compounds with phenyl group has C6H5 attached?
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http://www.differencebetween.com/dif...and-vs-benzyl/

this may help.

When doing Chemistry A level I dont think I even really needed to know why they're named differently, just be aware of the structure.
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(Original post by kelefi)
http://www.differencebetween.com/dif...and-vs-benzyl/

this may help.

When doing Chemistry A level I dont think I even really needed to know why they're named differently, just be aware of the structure.
thankyou
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(Original post by sayema1)
thankyou
http://www.chemguide.co.uk/basicorg/...ns/names3.html

Don't know if this site will help at all.
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