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PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 8:20 am    Post subject: Structural isomers Reply with quoteFind all posts by Chlorine

Hey there!
I just have an overall question concerning constitutional isomers. I have the biggest problems determining whether two compounds are structural isomers or not. So here is how I would do it: Let's say I look at a certain C-atom in one compound. And then I determine to which atoms this specific carbon is attached. So my next step would be to see if there is ANY carbon atom in my second structure that is attached to the same atoms. If I don't find any, then these two compounds are constitutional isomers for sure. Am I right with my assumptions? Because otherwise I have no idea how to tackle this problem...

Thank you so much for helping me out here!
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