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Naming these two hydrocarbons?

Post  marikagogo on Thu Jun 25, 2015 5:05 am

Hi, I'm having a bit of trouble naming 2 hydrocarbons, I have tried but they don't look correct :S. I am unable to insert an image because I am at college, but the first one is "toluene" except the CH3 is a H3C. Does this make any difference, would it still be toluene. The other one is what I labeled as "hexene". There are 6 carbons in the chain, halfway through connect with a double bond and the Hydrogens sprouting out of it, is hexene correct?

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