what is meant by structural isomerism?

Asked by hels145 | 3rd Jul, 2008, 08:20: PM

Expert Answer:

Stuctural isomerism is the phenomenon in which the molecules have same molecular formula but different structural formula.

for example: the molecular formula of butane and 3-methyl propane are same but there structures are different.

Answered by  | 4th Jul, 2008, 12:52: PM

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