Are Functional groups attached only to alkanes?can it be attached to alkenes and alkynes?For eg Do propenol and propynol exist?
Asked by sreejuu | 14th Dec, 2019, 12:35: AM
Propenol and Propynol exists in nature. Functional group can be attached to any organic compound. There is no such rule of IUPAC that it will be attached to only alkane.
Answered by Ravi | 15th Dec, 2019, 10:04: PM
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