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i have two questions in chemistry............. give one example of a hydrocarbon, other than pentane, having more than three isomers.and............. explain isomers.

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An isomer is a molecule with the same atoms, but different structure, which gives it different properties. An example would be C7H16 where the same 7 carbon atoms and 16 hydrogen atoms are always used, but they're different in structure. Here's a crude picture of C7H16 in different forms.

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thanks helped me a lot!

vaishnavi........


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"neena28" wrote:

thanks helped me a lot!
No problem, chemistry was a lot of fun.

I see it all perfectly; there are two possible situations — one can either do this or that. My honest opinion and my friendly advice is this: do it or do not do it — you will regret both. -Søren Kierkegaard


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even i luv chemistry!!!!!!!!!!!!!

vaishnavi........


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