Naming Aldehydes Using IUPAC Nomenclature by Leah4sci

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Naming Aldehydes Using IUPAC Nomenclature by Leah4sci
http://leah4sci.com/organicchemistry/ presents: Naming Aldehydes

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This video is Part 14 in the Naming Organic Compounds series

This Leah4sci tutorial video shows you how to name molecules with an Aldehyde or 'CHO' functional group using my puzzle piece approach to IUPAC Nomenclature

Many students struggle with naming because they attempt to come up with the entire name at once and often wind up missing a piece or two. After this series you won't have that problem anymore

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