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Organic oxygen compounds and possible isomers for Methanol, 1-Propanol, and 1-Pentanol

What are the possible isomers for Methanol, 1-Propanol, & 1-Pentanol?

Are Methanol, 1-Propanol, & 1-Pentanol soluble in water and also in hexane? Why or why not?

Why isn't it possible to make a ketone molecule out of a methanol or ethanol molecule? Is it because they have been oxidized?

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Isomers for methanol.......I can think of none.

Isomers for 1-propanol, would be 2- propanol, and methyl-ethyl ether. 2 isomers

1-pentanol will have 2- and 3- pentanol, as well as the ethers methyl butyl, ethyl-propyl, as well as the variations on the butyl (sec-butyl, tert-butyl, iso-butyl) and variations on the propyl (iso propyl and ...

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The solution provides a detailed explanation of how to find the possible isomers for Methanol, 1-Propanol, and 1-Pentanol. Expert explains if those compounds are soluble in water and also hexane, and describes why or why not.

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