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Size:  500.9 KBAttachment 557479557481These are the only isomers I could find. What are the other three ones?
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    I think you've done most of these wrong. A lot of your isomers have more than 6 hydrogens.

    Some of your isomers should have C=C as well so you can also work with E-Z isomerism.

    Hope this helps! :getmecoat:

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Size:  332.6 KB Whoops, now I have got 10 isomers! It says structural isomers, so I do not think that we would include E/Z isomers. Is 8 and 9 the same compound? I am not vrry sure about ethers.
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    I think you've done most of these wrong. A lot of your isomers have more than 6 hydrogens.

    Some of your isomers should have C=C as well so you can also work with E-Z isomerism.

    Hope this helps! :getmecoat:

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    7 and 10 look illegal to be honest

    I'll do them later and send a pic

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    (Original post by welshbanana)
    7 and 10 look illegal to be honest

    I'll do them later and send a pic

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    They're both fine. 10 is just propylene oxide (an epoxide) and 7 is trimethylene oxide (a heterocycle).
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    (Original post by 123PC)
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Size:  332.6 KB Whoops, now I have got 10 isomers! It says structural isomers, so I do not think that we would include E/Z isomers. Is 8 and 9 the same compound? I am not vrry sure about ethers.
    8 and 9 are the same. You missed a hydrogen in 8.
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    (Original post by alow)
    8 and 9 are the same. You missed a hydrogen in 8.
    Oh I see, thank you!
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    Oh alright, thanks!
 
 
 
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