A form of systematic name, which tends to align with the rules and guidelines of IUPAC, depicts the conception of IUPAC name. The chemical compounds are implied for allocating unique name or identity of a compound. The IUPAC name of the above mentioned compound is 3-methyl-1-butene.
The 2-D structure of 3-methyl-1-butene is given below:
The molecular formula of 3-methyl-1-butene or CH2=CH–CH(CH3)2 is C5H10. Other terms used for CH2=CH–CH(CH3)2 is Isopentene and Isopropylethylene. The molecular weight of the compound is 70.13 g/mol. The looks of the compound CH2=CH–CH(CH3)2 is colorless and is considered as a volatile liquid. The chemical compound reflects an unpleasant odor. This chemical compound has less density in comparison to water and has the characteristics of insolubility in the medium of water. The vapors formed by this compound are heavier in comparison to air. In several cases, the chemical compound CH2=CH–CH(CH3)2 or 3-methyl-1-butene is utilized in the form of a base for the process of preparing other chemicals. The chemical compound 3-methylbut-1-3n3 depicts the characteristics of an alkene, which is but-1-ene with the association of one methyl substitute near the position three (3). The form of 3-methyl-1-butene is gas with the boiling point of 20.1 degree Celsius. The melting point of the chemical compound is -168.5 degree Celsius. When this compound is treated under the process of decomposition, the compound tends to emit irritable fumes and acrid smoke.