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    Naming organic compounds is extremely important and can be a challenge to any chemist at any level because you or someone in another part of the world should be able to write a structure from a name. For simple molecules, the nomenclature system worked out by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemists (IUPAC) works well. For complex molecules, the IUPAC names are so long that no one in their right mind would use them. In other words, the name must be unique to the structure of the compound so that anyone can identify the structure that the name refers to.
    There are 110 flip cards that deal with naming of organic compounds.
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    The compounds included are “(Benzene), (Methylbenzene or Toluene), (1, 2 – Dimethylbenzene or o - Xylene), (1, 3 – Dimethylbenzene or m-Xylene), (1, 4 – Dimethylbenzene or p-Xylene), (1, 3, 5 – Trimethylbenzene or Mesitylene), (Ethylbenzene), (2 – Propylbenzene or Isopropylbenzene or Cumene), (Ethenylbenzene or Styrene vinylbenzene or phenylethylene), (1 – Propenylbenzene or  - Methylstyrene), (3 – Propenylbenzene or Allybenzene), (Ethynylbenzene or Phenylacetylene), (1 – Propynylbenzene or  - Methylphenylacetylene), (3 – Propynylbenzene or Propargylbenzene or Benzylacetylene), (Naphthalene), (Anthracene), (Phenanthrene), (Phenyl), (Benzyl), (Benzal), (Benzo), (2 - Tolyl or o-Toyly), (3-Tolyl or m-Tolyl), (4-Tolyl or p-Tolyl), (Chlorobenzene), (1, 2 - Dichlorobenzene or o-Dichlorobenzene), (1, 3 - Dichlorobenzene or m-Dichlorobenzene), (1, 4 - Dichlorobenzene or p-Dichlorobenzene), (Phenylchloromethane or Benzyl chloride), (Phenyldichloromethane or Benzal chloride), (Phenyltrichloromethane or Benzotrichloride), (1 - Chloro - 2 – phenylethene or  - Phenylethyl chloride), (1 - Bromo - 3 – phenylpropane or  - Phenypropyl bromide), (1 - Chloro - 2 – phenylethene or  - Chlorostyrene), (3 - Bromo - 1 – phenylpropene or Cinnamyl bromide), (Phenol), (2 – Methylphenol or o-Cresol), (3 – Methylphenol or m-Cresol), (4 – Methylphenol or p-Cresol), (Benzene - 1, 2 – diol or Catechol), (Benzene - 1, 3 – diol or Resorcinol), (Benzene - 1, 4 – diol or Hydroquinone or Quinol), (Benzene - 1, 2, 3 – triol or Pyrogallo), (Benzene - 1, 2, 4 – triol or Hydroxyquinol), (Benzene - 1, 3, 5 – triol or Philoroglucinol), (Phenylmethanol or Benzyl alcohol), (2-Phenylethanol or  - Phenylethyl alcohol), (1 – Phenylethanol or  - Phenyethyl alcohol), (Methoxybenzene or Anisole or Methyl phenyl ether), (Ethoxybenzene or Phenetote or Ethyl phenyl ether), (Phenoxybenzene or Diphenyl ether), (Benzaldehyde), (2 – Hydroxybenzaldehyde or Salicylaldehyde), (Phenylethanal or Phenylacetaldehyde), (3 – Phenylpropanal or  - Phenylpropionaldehyde), (1 – Phenylethanone or Acetophenone or Methyl phenyl ketone), (Diphenylmethanone or Benzophenone or Diphenyl ketone), (1 – Phenylpropanone or Propiophenone), (Nitrobenzene), (1, 3 - Dinitrobenzene or m-Dinitrobenzene), (2 - Nitrotoluene or o-Nitrotoluene), (4 – Nitrophenol or p-Nitrophenol), (2, 4, 6 – Trinitrophenol or Picric acid), (2, 4, 6 - Trinitrotoluene (T.N.T.)), (Benzenamine or Aniline), (4 – Methylbenzenamine or p - Toluidine), (Benzene - 1, 2 – diamine or o - Phenylenediamine), (N – Methylbezenamine or N - Methylaniline), (N, N – Dimethylbenzenamine or N, N - Dimethylaniline), (N – Phenylbenzenamine or Diphenlamine), (Phenylmethanamine or Benzylamine), (2 – Phenylethanamine or  - Phenylethylamine), (Benzenediazonium chloride), (Benzenediazonium hydrogen sulphate), (Benzonitrile or Phenyl cyanide), (Benzyl cyanide), (Phenylacetonitrile), (Phenyl isocyanide or Phenyl carbylamine), (Benzoic acid or Benzenecarboxylic acid), (2 - Methylbenzoic acid or o - Toluic acid) etc..etc..”

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