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Steven S. Zumdahl
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Steven S. Zumdahl
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Textbook Problem

Draw the isomer(s) specified. There may be more than one possible isomer for each part.

a. a cyclic compound that is an isomer of trans-2-butene

b. an ester that is an isomer of propanoic acid

c. a ketone that is an isomer of butanal

d. a secondary amine that is an isomer of butylamine

e. a tertiary amine that is an isomer of butylamine

f. an ether that is an isomer of 2-methyl-2-propanol

g. a secondary alcohol that is an isomer of 2-methyl-2-propanol

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: For each of the following, isomers are to be drawn.

Concept introduction: An isomer is defined as molecules having a same molecular formula but with a different structural arrangement of atoms within the formula. They do not have similar properties and functional group also differs in their structures.

To determine: The isomer of a cyclic compound that is an isomer of trans 2-butene.

Explanation

Explanation

The isomer of a cyclic compound that is an isomer of trans 2-butene is shown in Figure 1.

The formula of trans 2-butene is C4H8

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: For each of the following, isomers are to be drawn.

Concept introduction: An isomer is defined as molecules having a same molecular formula but with a different structural arrangement of atoms within the formula. They do not have similar properties and functional group also differs in their structures.

To determine: The isomer of an ester that is an isomer of propanoic acid.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: For each of the following, isomers are to be drawn.

Concept introduction: An isomer is defined as molecules having a same molecular formula but with a different structural arrangement of atoms within the formula. They do not have similar properties and functional group also differs in their structures.

To determine: The isomer of a ketone that is an isomer of butanal.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: For each of the following, isomers are to be drawn.

Concept introduction: An isomer is defined as molecules having a same molecular formula but with a different structural arrangement of atoms within the formula. They do not have similar properties and functional group also differs in their structures.

To determine: The isomer of a secondary amine that is an isomer of butylamine

The isomer of a secondary amine that is an isomer of butylamine is shown in Figure 4.

(e)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: For each of the following, isomers are to be drawn.

Concept introduction: An isomer is defined as molecules having a same molecular formula but with a different structural arrangement of atoms within the formula. They do not have similar properties and functional group also differs in their structures.

To determine: The isomer of a tertiary amine that is an isomer of butylamine.

(f)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: For each of the following, isomers are to be drawn.

Concept introduction: An isomer is defined as molecules having a same molecular formula but with a different structural arrangement of atoms within the formula. They do not have similar properties and functional group also differs in their structures.

To determine: The isomer of ether that is an isomer of 2-methyl-2propanol.

(g)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: For each of the following, isomers are to be drawn.

Concept introduction: An isomer is defined as molecules having a same molecular formula but with a different structural arrangement of atoms within the formula. They do not have similar properties and functional group also differs in their structures.

To determine: The isomer of a secondary alcohol that is isomer of 2-methyl-2propanol.

The isomer of a secondary alcohol that is isomer of 2-methyl-2propanol is shown in Figure 7.

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