Ozonolysis of an alkyne, followed by hydrolysis gave botanic acid and 2, 2-dimethylbutanoic acid....
Ozonolysis of an alkyne, followed by hydrolysis gave butanoic acid and 2, 2-dimethylbutanoic acid. What is the IUPAC name for this alkyne?
Ozonolysis of alkynes:
Terminal alkynes undergo ozonolysis reaction to give a carboxylic acid and carbon dioxide gas. Internal symmetrical alkynes undergo ozonolysis reaction to give a carboxylic acid. Internal unsymmetrical alkynes undergo ozonolysis to give two different carboxylic acids.
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The carbons labeled 4 and 5 in the two carboxylic acids were the two sp carbons in the alkyne. Joining them give the...
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In this lesson, we will learn how to name organic compounds using chemical nomenclature. We will learn how knowing the name of a compound also helps us know the structure of the compound.