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Let's work on the problem from the chapter. Organic chemistry. This problem is based on the naming of the organic compounds. Here we are given the structure of the compound for which we have to write that name. So the numbering will be done from this side. This is carbon number one, which contains Romain then too. Three. This is carbon number four, which contains chlorine, carbon number five and cents. So the name of the compound can be written as one bro. Move full Chloral benzine. This is the U. P. C. Name of the compound which is given here in the problem.




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