What is functional group isomerism, Chemistry

The isomerim exhibited by the compounds having the same molucular formula but they having different functional groups is called functional group isomerism.For example C3H6O could be propanal(aldehyde) or propanone(Ketone).These two propanal and propanone are functional group isomers

 

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The Isomerism of change of different functional groups by placing different functional groups at there place is called functional group isomerism .

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