Structure is a hexane

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ahazen
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please help me name the structure.

The structure is a hexane.
I can't figure out how to label it.

could it be: 2-methyl butane
3-bromo-4,5-ene, 5-propyl- chloro hexane?
 

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Borek
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It is not a hexane.

Does the "T" mean isopropyl?
 
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ahazen
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I'm not sure what the "T" is. I can't find the structure in my book:( If its not a hexane, then it has to be an octane.
 
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It looks like an alkene that is anchored to a solid support (the "T") or the side chain for a polymer. If that is the case, you name it but it ends with "-yl".
 
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ahazen
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ok, thank you:)
 

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