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2016-04-03T22:16:04+05:30
...as there are two carbons so the
word root = eth..
the bond is single so
primary suffix = ane..
now if the bond was complete then the compound would have been methane...
now here one bond is left and hydrogen is missing..so it'll become an alkyl group...
the name of this compound ( alkyl group) will be
ETHYL GROUP..
an alkyl group is a compound formed by the removal of hydrogen from a compound..
it's name is decided by corresponding compound...
example..
CH4.. now if we remove one hydrogen it'll become
CH3..
the name of compound was methane....
now the alkyl group is formed so it's name will be methyl group...
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2016-04-04T09:44:34+05:30
As there are two carbons so the 
word root = eth..
the bond is single so 
primary suffix = ane..
now if the bond was complete then the compound would have been methane...
now here one bond is left and hydrogen is missing..so it'll become an alkyl group...
the name of this compound ( alkyl group) will be 
ETHYL GROUP..
an alkyl group is a compound formed by the removal of hydrogen from a compound..
it's name is decided by corresponding compound...
example..
CH4.. now if we remove one hydrogen it'll become 
CH3..
the name of compound was methane....
now the alkyl group is formed so it's name will be methyl group
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