Hey, guys, In this new video, we're gonna take a look at naming Al Keene's. So we're gonna say name and all. Keen is really similar to naming an Al Cane. There are a few differences here and there, though we're gonna first find the longest carbon chain. And now we're gonna change the ending from a any because no longer in Al Cane to E. Because now it is an AL Keen. Now, if there is a tie between longest chain again, choose the chain that gives Mawr substitutes here. Number the chain from the end closest to the double bond and provide a number, um, for its location, we'll see how that works. Substitutes will be named alphabetically, and a number of will accompany the location of their attachment as before. And if there's more than one that mawr of that type, then we use numerical prefixes, dime ethel, or try Ethel, Tetra and Penta. So those rules air similar from before. So here let's take a look at this ring, and I'm gonna give you guys a little bit of help in terms of it. So when it comes to a ring, we want to start counting on the double bond. So we're gonna either count or 12 Remember, you want to count in a way on the double bond that gets you to the substitue int the fastest. The end of the name will be cyclo something because it's a ring. And that method group is a substitute int. Knowing that attempt to answer this question in naming of this compound, come back and take a look of me answering the same exact question and see if your answer matches my answer. Good luck, guys.