How to know the number of isomers present in an organic compound ?
Asked by jaiswalsindhuli717 | 16th Dec, 2018, 05:20: PM
In the case of methane, ethane, and propane:
1. Methane: 1
2. Ethane: 1
3. Propane: 1
There is only one isomer because it does not have any chiral carbon.
4. In the case of Butane :
There are two isomers one is n-butane and second is iso-butane.
5. In the case of Pentane, pentane has three isomers.
one is n-pentane second is iso-pentane and third is neo-pentane.
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