priority of double/triple with a halogenated compound

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haleh matinrad 1C
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priority of double/triple with a halogenated compound

Postby haleh matinrad 1C » Thu Mar 16, 2017 3:59 pm

When there is a double or triple bond as well as a halogen, does the double/triple bond take priority when naming because the halogen is treated like a substituent? Is the double/triple bond actually prioritized or am I mistaken? I know a functional group takes priority over double/triple bonds however halogens seem to be treated as substituents so I just want to clear this up. Thank you.

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Re: priority of double/triple with a halogenated compound

Postby sophianguyen_1N » Thu Mar 16, 2017 4:30 pm

Yes, you are correct! Double and triple bonds take priority over all substituents.


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