Organic Chemistry As a Second Language, 3e: First Semester Topics

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ISBN 10: 111801040X
ISBN 13: 978-1-11801-040-2

Chapter 5 - Nomenclature - 5.6 Numbering - Problems - Page 98: 5.47

Answer

The parent chain and the numbers are marked as red in the image.
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Work Step by Step

1. Find the parent chain. In this case, the parent chain will have the triple bond, and the largest chain that we can find, which is 8 carbons. 2. Identify where you are supposed to start counting. The count should start from the top (left), since there is a triple bond next to it. ** We need to count in a way that, the triple bond will get the minimum number possible, which we do by starting from the top.
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