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why do we add an when naming organic compounds.
example is why do we write methanal and not methal
We donot write only meth- , prop- etc. to name a compound. We have to write its full name like methane(for one carbon atom), ethane(for two carbon atom), propane(for three carbon atoms), etc.
In case of methanal, [HCHO] also known as formaldehyde have an aldehydic functional group. To represent an aldehydic compound, suffix -al must be used which indicates that a carbonyl group attached to a hydrogen atom at the end of the carbon chain.
why do we add an when naming organic compounds. example is why do we write methanal...
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