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2-hexanol

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3-Ethyl-4-Methyl-2-Hexanol, Naming Alcohols - IUPAC Nomenclature With Branching , Organic Chemistry

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Draw the structures for the following compounds. (i) Ethanoic acid , (ii) Bromopentane (iii) But...

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From 1-Hexene to 2-Hexanol to 1,5-Hexandiol to 5-hydroxyhexanal to 5-hydroxyhexanoic acid.

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Compound structure

2-Hexanol (or hexan-2-ol) is a six carbon alcohol in which the OH group is located on the second carbon atom. Its chemical formula is C6H14O or C6H13OH. It is an isomer of the other hexanols. 2-Hexanol has a chiral center and can be resolved into two different enantiomers.
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