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Definitions: Examples of Constitutional Isomers




These molecules are constitutional isomers, because both molecules have a molecular formula of C12H12O and have different connectivities.



These molecules are constitutional isomers, because both molecules have a molecular formula of C16H15NO2 and have different connectivities.


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