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Old 28 Nov 2007, 05:46 am
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Default what are the 18 octane isomers?

I want to have a visual like diagrams like this: h h h h h h h hh-c-c-c-c-c-c-c-c-h h h h h h h h hkind of like that...please help =)
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Old 28 Nov 2007, 06:01 am
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Why don't you try asking this question in the chemistry forum.
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Old 28 Nov 2007, 06:17 am
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Default you follow the various links in the above article, you can figure them all out.
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