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5 Isomers of Hexane?

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The five isomers of Hexane are: Hexane, 2-Methylpentane, 3-Methylpentane, 2.2 Dimethylbutane, 2.3 Dimethylbutane. These are isomers because they contain the same type and number of atoms. In this case , fourteen hydrogen's and six carbons and no other atoms.
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