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2014-11-27T16:51:45+05:30
Well, an isomer is a molecule that can be arranged differently but still keep the same composition. 

Something that is AX2E2 (which is how I learned it) is the same, no matter how you arrange it. If you had a stick-and-ball model, no matter how you put that molecule together, you turn it the right way and it still looks the same.
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2014-11-27T16:52:27+05:30
Well, an isomer is a molecule that can be arranged differently but still keep the same composition. 

Something that is AX2E2 (which is how I learned it) is the same, no matter how you arrange it. If you had a stick-and-ball model, no matter how you put that molecule together, you turn it the right way and it still looks the same.

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