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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by pnoybballin, May 1, 2007.
Anyone happen to know the name of this compound?
its very rare
someone paid more attention in organic than I did
thanks a lot everyone!
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Bischalcone, may be?
spicedmanna, why did you use 'bis' not 'di', this is something that confuses me, I never know why one is picked over the other. I mean I know sometimes if you put 'di' instead of 'bis' then the molecule will change, but in this case will it still work if we use 'di'?
this is like an ink blot test. Looks like a spaceship!
Here is a naming convention suggestion from St. Olaf, based on IUPAC:
The above was in reference to alkanes. There might be special rules for naming ketones, but I'm too lazy to look them all up.
Another source, naming, general principles:
That's all I could dig up. Maybe Q knows about the distinction better?
For a moment I thought you were serious.
That's how much attention I paid in O-chem.
Yeah, it's a great program.
Baylor, that is one of the most active posts I have ever seen. Organs flying, heads bouncing, bananas getting down. I love it.
LOL. What can I say? I'm a very motivated person.