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C2H5F isomers

  1. May 30, 2014 #1
    Does the answer from the textbook even make the slightest sense? How can there be three carbons?
     

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  3. May 30, 2014 #2
    If it is C3H5F, there two missing. Why don't they put the two cases where fluorine is not connected to the double bonds?
     
  4. May 30, 2014 #3

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    Which textbook is this?
     
  5. May 31, 2014 #4

    Borek

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    Definitely something is wrong with the question. Either "all" or only a subset, either of C2XXX or C3XXX.
     
  6. May 31, 2014 #5
    This is solomon's Organic Chemistry, edition 11. I think they meant C3H5F. If so, there is one isomer missing.
     
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