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    Name the organic molecule using IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) rules

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    In the attached file is the structure of the organic molecule you need to name for this assignment.

    Your task is to name the given organic molecule using IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) rules.

    Please make sure you answer the all of the following:
    -What is the parent chain?
    -How do you indicate a multiple bond, if there is one present?
    -How is the parent chain numbered?
    -In what order should the substituents be named?
    -Include the name of the sample compound, writing it with correct punctuation and spelling. Include all the elements of the name.

    Thank you very much!

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    To answer this question you must be introduced to the way that chemists name molecules, and the internationally agreed upon method (IUPAC) method is one where the name can represent one and only one molecule, or the name is systematic.

    The first step is to find your longest carbon chain, including ...

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