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We’re being asked to name the given structure using IUPAC nomenclature.
Recall that IUPAC nomenclature follows this pattern:
Locations – Substituents – Root (Modifier)
The steps for IUPAC naming of cyclic compounds are:
Step 1: Determine the largest ring and the parent name.
Step 2: List down the substituents present and their locants.
Step 3: Combine the locants, substituents, and parent name.
Click on the carbon atom that should be designated as #1 when naming this compound systematically.
Give the systematic name for the compound. Spelling and punctuation count!
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