Draw a bond-line structure for each of the following compounds:
Alright guys, let's take a look at this question, it gives us this formula, right? Of CH2 double bond CH, CH2 C, C, C, just CH2, right? to the third what this is is this is your condensed structure and what it's useful for, is it shows you how our atoms are connected to each other, what you'll see is that single bonds aren't drawn in but double bond the triple bonds will be. Now, what we need to convert this to is to our bond line, right? Our bond line structure. Now, what is bond line structure, following structure doesn't indicate where our hydrogen's, what it is, is just different lines connected to each other and hydrogen's are implied and carbons are at the corners, right? So what we can do is to start drawing this, we have a double bond like this, right? and then for here what we can do is draw another group. Remember, this represents our CH, this over here is our CH2 and this right here is our CH2 as well, what we need to do is draw another line, right? Now, from here it looks like there's three methyl groups coming off, so we can draw methyl, methyl and just draw a methyl like that, so notice that what we have here is just our carbon, there's no hydrogen's, right? Because that carbon is already. it already has four Sigma bonds and then here we have a CH3, here we have CH3 and right here we have CH3, okay? So, this is your bond line structure, and what we had before was our condensed. Alright guys, so hopefully this makes sense on how we went from one structure to the other and let me know if you have any questions.