|Mar17-13, 08:02 PM||#1|
I've attached the image. Is the naming of this molecule correct?
If so, why is the methyl prefix necessary? The three carbon chain + the double bond makes it 1-propene....
If not, would the correct name be methylethene?
|Mar17-13, 08:07 PM||#2|
propene is the correct name the 1 is not necessary, more commonly it is known as propylene
|Mar17-13, 08:09 PM||#3|
Thanks. So methylethene=propene?
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