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Tue March 22, 2011 By: Alisha Dhamija

What are the possible no. of isomers for a disubstituted benzene?

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Wed March 23, 2011
Dear Student
 
There will be three position isomers possible. Soppose the substituents are A and B, the possible isomers will be 1,2- disubstituted benzene; 1,3-disubstituted benzene; and 1,4-
 disubstituted benzene.
Depending upon the substituents, further isomers can also be possible.
 
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