Is this considered a structural isomer for 2,4-hexadiene Watch

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Can we consider 2-methyl-2,3-pentadiene a structural isomer for 2,4-hexadiene?

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Can we consider 2-methyl-2,3-pentadiene a structural isomer for 2,4-hexadiene?

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If it has the same molecular formula then it is an isomer.
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yes, because they both have the same molecular formula (C6H10) but different orders of arrangements of atoms.
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