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How do you draw the isomers of C2H6O3? Show and explain the process?

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How do you draw the isomers of C2H6O3? Show and explain the process?

Isomers:

The organic compound with the same molecular formula is represented in two or more different structures is known as isomeric compounds. It is of two types, constitutional and stereoisomer.

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The compound with a molecular formula {eq}{{\rm{C}}_{\rm{2}}}{{\rm{H}}_{\rm{6}}}{{\rm{O}}_{\rm{3}}} {/eq} is represented in constitutional isomeric...

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Drawing Isomers of Organic Molecules: Practice Problems

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Sometimes things that look the same are actually quite different, and we find this to be true with isomers. In this lesson, you'll learn about different types of isomers and how even small changes can make a big difference.


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