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Name of this Compound??

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  1. pnoybballin

    pnoybballin Junior Member

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    Anyone happen to know the name of this compound?
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    armybound future urologist.
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    symmetrium

    its very rare
     
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    (1E,4E)-1,5-bis(4-methoxyphenyl)penta-1,4-dien-3-one
     
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    Impressive! Yikes!:eek:
     
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    someone paid more attention in organic than I did
     
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    thanks a lot everyone!
     
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    Use chemsketch? :D
     
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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'?
     
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    this is like an ink blot test. Looks like a spaceship!
     
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    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?
     
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    :laugh: :lol: :laugh: For a moment I thought you were serious.

    That's how much attention I paid in O-chem.
     
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    Yeah, it's a great program. ;)
     
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    Baylor, that is one of the most active posts I have ever seen. Organs flying, heads bouncing, bananas getting down. I love it.
     
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    LOL. What can I say? I'm a very motivated person. :D
     

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