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Are compounds with different placement of double/triple bonds considered stereoisomers or constitutional isomers?

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If compounds with different placement of double/triple bonds are considered stereoisomers or constitutional isomers, is to be explained.

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Isomers are molecules with molecular formulas but different arrangement of atoms. They can be various types- conformational isomers, structural isomers, stereoisomers, geometric isomers or optic isomers.

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Stereoisomers – They have the same arrangement of atoms, same types of functional groups but ...

Н
H,с
C C
Н
H
C=
CHз
Hас
CHз
Н
cis-butene
trans-butene
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Н H,с C C Н H C= CHз Hас CHз Н cis-butene trans-butene

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