Isomerism in Organic Chemistry, Isomer, Enantiomers, Diastereomers, Conformers, Enantiomers Isomerism is the phenomenon whereby certain compounds, with the same molecular formula, exist in different forms owing to their different organisations of atoms. The concept of isomerism illustrates the fundamental importance of molecular structure and shape in organic chemistry.
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