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Functional Class Nomenclature

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What are the functional class nomenclature names for these 2 compounds?

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Functional class nomenclature is seldom used for more complicated structures like those in your problem, but in this case we will do the following:

First of all, you name the alkyl ...

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5. Using a Grignard reagent and the appropriate aldehyde or ketone, show how each of the following can be prepared.
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6. Complete the equation for the reaction of

7. Give the structure of each product.

8. Write out the steps for the aldol condensation reaction between the enolate anion of propanal with pentanal.

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