Are you an organic chemistry student confused by IUPAC nomenclature? Learn how to write out molecules the easy way in this chemistry lesson.
In this second chemistry lesson on IUPAC nomenclature, look at branched chain alkanes and learn common names for alkyl substituents, and how to write them.
In this organic chemistry lesson, learn about more IUPAC nomenclature, specifically alkanes with halogen and hydroxyl substituents (alcohols).
Ready for more IUPAC nomenclature? In this organic chemistry lesson, look at molecules with carbon-carbon double and triple bonds, alkynes, and alkenes.
In this intermediate chemistry lesson, create some pretty compound shapes by learning more IUPAC nomenclature for cyclic molecules like cyclohexane.
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