Constitutional Isomers of C4h9cl?


Constitutional isomers are compounds that have a different connectivity, despite having the same molecular formula. To determine if two molecules are constitutional isomers, you only need to count the number of atoms in both molecules and see how the atoms are situated. The molecules are constitutional isomers when both molecules have the same count for all the atoms and all of the atoms are arranged in different ways. The structural names for the constitutional isomers of C4h9cl are chlorobutane and methylpropane.
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Consider the top half of.…. but exchange a OH for a Cl. Note this does not take into account enantiomers as well.
1. Write out the structural formulas for the two molecules you think may be constitutional isomers. Draw the symbol for each atom, using the one- or two-letter abbreviation for that
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