How to name esters: Esters may be defined as any of a class of organic compounds produced by reactions between acids and alcohols that involve the elimination of water. This page includes information about naming esters with examples of molecular structures of esters. Information about naming esters is included in some school chemistry courses, such as UK A-Level organic chemistry for students aged 17-18, and international equivalents.
Here’s a little nomenclature dilemma. Let’s say you’re trying to name a molecule. You’re familiar with the familiar naming suffixes like -ol, -ene, -ane, -oic acid and so on. But then you come across a molecule which has multiple functional groups.
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Tutorial video series on IUPAC Nomenclature taking you through 21 videos on naming organic compounds from simple straight and branched chains, to alkenes, alkynes, and functional groups as they arise in the standard organic chemistry course
Alkene Reactions Organic Chemistry Cheat Sheet Study Guide - See all the alkene reactions at a glance including reactants, reagents, products, regioselectivity and stereoselectivity showing Markovnikov and anti-Markovnikov, syn/anti additions and