For a substance whose formula is CH3 — CH2 — CH2 — CH2 — NH2, make up the structural formulas of two isomers and two homologues. Give the names of all substances.
Homologues are substances that differ in one homologous unit (in this case, CH2.
CH3 — CH2 — CH2 — NH2;
CH3 — CH2 — NH2
Isomers are substances with the same qualitative and quantitative composition, but with different spatial distribution.
CH3 — CH — CH2 — NH2;
CH3 — CH2 — CH — NH2
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