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jopol

  • one year ago

what are isomers ? an eg?

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  1. jopol
    • one year ago
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    help @abb0t

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    same molecular formula, differeent structures. and I believe by "e.g" you mean example. For example, C6H12O6 is the common formula for glucose, however, the structure can either be a ring or can also be a carbon chain.

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    from wiki;

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