Draw the structure of the molecule 2-methylheptane.
Naming Organic Compounds:
Organic compounds are named systematically using specific rules. These rules are set by the IUPAC or the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry. Their names can be derived from their structures and vice versa.
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The structure of 2-methylheptane is shown below. The molecule is an alkane with heptane as its parent chain. Heptane is composed of seven carbons. The...
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Learn about IUPAC naming for organic compounds and molecules. Understand functional groups tables, use IUPAC name charts, and see IUPAC name examples.