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6f. Organic Chemistry: IUPAC Names Resources
An Introduction to Basic Organic Nomenclature (David Woodcock)
Practice naming alkanes by looking at their structure, and practice drawing their structure using their names. Use the self-study question link, and the link to learn how to name and practice naming branched alkanes.
Learning the Root Names (David Woodcock)
Learn the root names and do practice questions to help you remember them.
Naming Alkenes and Alkynes (Internet Science Room)
Easy to follow rules for naming alkenes and alkynes with practice problems.
Naming Branched Alkanes (Internet Science Room)
Easy to follow rules for naming alkanes with practice problems.
Nomenclature Tutorials (Frostburg State University)
Tutorials with practice questions for alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alcohols, benzene, amines, ketones, aldehydes, and carboxylic acids.
Organic Chemistry Nomenclature Tutorial (Boise State)
Tons of practice nomenclature questions with answers!
Organic Nomenclature (Gaven Machell)
Games to learn nomenclature.
Organic Nomenclature Table (Erik Epp)
Quick reference chart. Neat table form for organic nomenclature with family structure, example, IUPAC name, common name, general formula, functional group and general naming rule of organic compounds.
Why is Nomenclature Necessary? (David Woodcock)
Explains why nomenclature is necessary, and tells the two basic parts that every compound's name must have.
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