Question #9f4e9

Nov 20, 2016

There are many structures that could satisfy the criteria.

Explanation:

$\text{CH"_3"-CH=CH-CH=CH-O-CH"_2"-OH}$

is one of them.

It has both an alcohol and an ether functional group.

It does not matter where you put the $\text{O}$ atoms, except that the $\text{OH}$ group should be on a saturated carbon.

An $\text{OH}$ group on a $\text{C=C}$ double bond is called an enol.

An enol is usually unstable and rearranges to an aldehyde or a ketone, but it is still an acceptable structure.