Alcohols are a group of compounds which have a hydroxyl group joined to either an alkyl group or a cycloalkyl group. A hydroxyl group is an OH joined to a carbon atom and a cycloalkyl group is a ring of six carbon atoms that is arranged in a hexagonal shape.
Naming alcohols is not difficult. Basically, you identify the longest chain of carbon atoms. Then you take the name of the 'alkane' or 'alkene' (as if the hydroxyl group weren't there). Taking the name of the 'alkane' or 'alkene', you add to the end of the name the 'position numbers' of the c…
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