What is isomerism, Chemistry

It is a phenomenon in which compounds have same moleculer formula but different structural formula due to which they posses different physical and chemical properties.

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Same molecular formula but different molecular structure(STRUCTURAL ISOMERS).

many more types of isomers also exist like the positionals and many others.


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