Organic Functional Groups

FG9.  Solutions

 

Problem FG1.1.

Problem FG1.2.

a) pentane        b)  hexane        c)  2-methyloctane

d)  4,5-dimethyloctane        e)  3,5-diethylheptane        f)  3,3-diethylpentane

g)  2,5-diethyl-3-methylhexane        h) 5-ethyl-2,2-deimethylhexane        i)  2,4,6,8-tetramethyldecane

Problem FG1.3.

 

Problem FG1.4.

a) 1-pentene        b)  3-heptene        c) 1-butene

d) 7-methylnon-3-ene            e)  6-methyloct-1-ene        f)  (Z)-6,6-dimethylhept-2-ene

g) (E)-4,5-dimethylhex-2-ene        h)  2,3,4-trimethylhex-1-ene        i) 2,3-dimethylhept-1-ene

Problem FG2.1.

Problem FG2.2.

a)  1-octanol        b)  2-heptanol        c)  3-hexanol

d) 4-methylhexan-3-ol        e)  3-methyl-pentan-1-ol        f)  4-ethylheptan-2-ol

g) 3,4-dimethylhexan-1-ol        h) 4-methylheptan-3-ol        i) 2,4-dimethylheptan-3-ol

Problem FG3.1.

Problem FG3.2.

a)  3-hexanone        b) propanal        c) 2-hexanone

d)  3-methylnonan-5-one        e) 2-methylpentan-3-one        f)  2-methylbutanone

g)  4,4-dimethylhexanal        h)  4,5,5-trimethylheptan-2-one        i)  2,2,3,3-tetramethylbutanal

Problem FG5.1.

Problem FG5.1.

 

Problem FG10.1.

 

Problem FG10.2.

 

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