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So to help with the nomenclature. the middle left hand side compound is quite close to correct. But you combine the three chloros into trichloro. Still with the numbers. I hope that makes sense ?
Also, on the bottom right hand one, I think they are looking for E/Z isomers. So you flip the CH3 and H.
Let me know if I can explain anything more clearly, or if I can help with any other questions
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Hi,
So to help with the nomenclature. the middle left hand side compound is quite close to correct. But you combine the three chloros into trichloro. Still with the numbers. I hope that makes sense ?
Also, on the bottom right hand one, I think they are looking for E/Z isomers. So you flip the CH3 and H.
Let me know if I can explain anything more clearly, or if I can help with any other questions
So would the middle right be 1-bromo-2-3-5-trichloro-benzene and could you also help me with the middle left and bottom right please. Thank you.
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So would the middle right be 1-bromo-2-3-5-trichloro-benzene and could you also help me with the middle left and bottom right please. Thank you.
The middle right would be 1,2,3-Triethyl cyclohex-1,3,5-ene. Middle left would be 1 bromo, 2,3,5 trichloro cyclohex-1,3,5-ene. Bottom right would be z-3 methyl pent-2-ene
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The middle right would be 1,2,3-Triethyl cyclohex-1,3,5-ene. Middle left would be 1 bromo, 2,3,5 trichloro cyclohex-1,3,5-ene. Bottom right would be z-3 methyl pent-2-ene
Thank you very much, your help is very much appreciated.
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The middle right would be 1,2,3-Triethyl cyclohex-1,3,5-ene. Is it possible to be 1,3,5 -triethyl benzene?
Middle left would be 1 bromo, 2,3,5 trichloro cyclohex-1,3,5-ene. Is it possible to be 1-bromo-2,3,5-trichlorobenzene?
Because I find the previous post to discuss the cyclohexa-1,3,5-triene DOES NOT EXIST.
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=1663939
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The middle right would be 1,2,3-Triethyl cyclohex-1,3,5-ene. Is it possible to be 1,3,5 -triethyl benzene?
Middle left would be 1 bromo, 2,3,5 trichloro cyclohex-1,3,5-ene. Is it possible to be 1-bromo-2,3,5-trichlorobenzene?
Because I find the previous post to discuss the cyclohexa-1,3,5-triene DOES NOT EXIST.
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=1663939
benzene would have a circle in the middle of the hexagon, there is no circle in the hexagon only double bonds, hence its cyclohex-1,3,5-ene and not benzene.
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