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In Friday's lecture we covered a cycloalkane that had a substituent on its first carbon and we called this substituent Butyl. The longest carbon chain in that substituent, although, had only three carbons which would make it propyl. I understand that it is called butyl because of common naming but why is common naming used alongside IUPAC naming in this case?
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