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Are hex-1-end and cyclohexane chain isomers or functional group isomers?
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functional group isomers because both have different functional groups. chain isomerism results from branching in same compound probably
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Functional group isomers. They are fundamentally different and will react in significantly different ways - for example you can react hex-1-ene with HBr to form a bromoalkane, but you won't be able to do that to cyclohexane because there is no C-C double-bond.

In fact, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Struct...roup_isomerism gives the exact two compounds you mentioned as examples.
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