The correct option is C 4-chlorobutan-1-ol
∙ The given compound has an alcohol group as well as a halogen atom in it. In this case, more preference will be given to alcohol, i.e., numbering starts from carbon atom containing -OH group.
∙ The compound will have a prefix '4-chloro' as a chlorine atom is attached to the fourth carbon atom.
∙ The primary suffix of the compound is '-an-' as it contains only C-C single bonds.
∙ The secondary suffix of the compound will be '-1-ol' as it has an alcohol group attached to the first carbon atom.
∙ The word root of the compound will be 'but' as there are four carbon atoms in the parent chain.
Hence, the IUPAC name of the compound Cl−CH2−CH2−CH2−CH2−OH is 4-chlorobutan-1-ol.