Give the IUPAC name of the given alkene.


Give the IUPAC name of the given alkene.

Naming Alkenes:

Alkenes are compounds with unsaturation. The unsaturation is provided by the presence of a double or triple bond. These compounds are named according to IUPAC rules which specify the parent chain as the largest carbon-containing chain.

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The compound given is an alkene with multiple substituents.

The double bond is prioritized by carbon-1 being alkene and a cyclic system.

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Naming Organic Compounds: Rules & Practice


Chapter 15 / Lesson 6

Learn about IUPAC naming for organic compounds and molecules. Understand functional groups tables, use IUPAC name charts, and see IUPAC name examples.

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