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Naming of Ether, alchohol & thiols
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In this lecture we will learn about the naming of ether thioether, alchohol thioalchohol. Very important lecture. Do practice after viewing video. I hope you love this video.

Vishwa Vivek Sharma
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  1. IUPAC NOMENCLATURE Naming Of Ether, Alchohol &- Thiols Er. Vishwa Vivek Sharma (Chemical Engineer)

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  4. Ethers and Thioethers In the naming of ethers as alkyloxy derivatives of alkanes, it is general practice to shorten the names of compounds containing four or less carbons to alkoxy derivatives (i.e, omit the syllable"-yl-), e.g., methyloxy becomes methoxy, ethyloxy becomes ethoxy, but pentyloxy (for CH3CH2CH2CH2CH2O-) is correct An alternative system for naming ethers (or thioethers) is to name the alkyl groups on oxygen (sulfur) and list them in alphabetical orderas separate words before the name ether (or s before the name "ether" (or sulfide)

  5. Examples CH3-CH2-O-CH2 CH3 diethyl ether or ethoxyethane CH3 CH3-CH-O-CH3 isopropyl methyl ether or 2-methoxypropane CH3-CH2-CH2-S-CH2-CH3 ethyl propyl sulfide or 1-ethylthiopropane

  6. Alcohols and Thiols -OH or-SH as the principle functional group methanol CH3 OH CH3 SH methanethiol CH3 CH3 CH OH 2-propanol

  7. 1,4-butanediol OH OH CHz-CH2-CH2 1,3-propanedithiol SH SH CH3-CH=CH-CH2 2-buten-1-ol cyclohexanethiol SH

  8. -OH or-SH as other than the principle functional group CH2-CH2 CH2 CH2-C-H CH2-CH2-CH25-hydroxypentanal OH CH3-CH2-CH-CH=CH-C-OH 4-hydroxy-2-hexenoic acid OH CH2-CH2-CH2 SH 3-mercapto-1-propanol OH

  9. Alcohol and Thiol Salts The salts of alcohols and thiols are most simply named by adding"-ate" after the "-ol" of the name. Alternatively, the alcoholates may be named as alkyloxides (dropping the "yl" syllable for the first four members as in ether naming). Examples sodium methoxide or sodium methanolate CH3-O Na potassium pentyloxide or potassium pentanolate + CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2 O. K