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ISBN: 9781305081079
Textbook Problem

For which of the following pairs of compounds is functional group isomerism possible

  1. a. thioethers and ethers
  2. b. thioethers and alcohols
  3. c. thioethers and thiols
  4. d. no correct response

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The pair of compound for which functional group isomerism is possible has to be chosen from the given options.

Concept Introduction:

Functional group isomerism is the one in which the functional group of two compounds are totally different but the molecular formula of the compounds remains the same.  Ethers and alcohols that have same number of carbon atoms and same degree of saturation can have functional group isomerism.  This is a type of constitutional isomerism.

Explanation

Reason for correct option:

Thiols and thioethers are organic compounds that contain sulfur atom in it.  Ethers and alcohols that have same number of carbon atoms and same degree of saturation will possess functional isomerism.  Similar to this the sulfur analogs of ether and alcohol that is thioethers and thiols will possess functional group isomerism.  Hence, option (c) is the correct one.

Reason for incorrect option:

Option (a) tells that the thioethers and ethers have functional isomerism possible...

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