Nomenclature of substituted amines is done with the N-locants, with the N being used to indicate that a group is connected to the methyl group. I was wondering, therefore, on how to properly name a substituted diamine.
I found this source from the University of Calgary, here, which recommended to use N, N', N'', etc locants for compounds with multiple substituted amines. However, their examples are all with symmetrical diamines, and it is apparent that using the N, N' locants only works because of the molecule's symmetry. Thus, my question is: how can we name substituted diamines properly, such as the one below?
Would it be N,N,N'-trimethyl,3,5-diaminopent-1-ene or N,N',N'-trimethyl,3,5-diaminopent-1-ene, or something else?