What is the oxidation state of bromine in the compound NaBrO3 ?
Chapter Fourteen Notes Aldehyde -Is a Carbonyl Group. -Is a double-bonded Oxygen to a Carbon and a Hydrogen atom at the end of a Hydrocarbon chain Is often seen as CHO but can also be seen as H-C=O -When naming Aldehydes, replace the Alkane ending with -al This is similar to Alcohol naming (which ends in -ol). Always check to make sure the correct name is given! -If a CHO is attached to a Benzene (Aromatic) Ring, the Benzene is called a Benzaldehyde. -The first Four Aldehydes are often referred to by their Common and IUPAC name. It is important to know both. Number of Carbons IUPAC Name Common Name One Carbon Methanal