Is there a general formula for branched alkanes, enes and ynes? (1 Viewer)

Run hard@thehsc

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I know its not hard to draw them out, but this would make life way easier....
 

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there isn't a general formula because most standard branched hydrocarbons have the same formula as the straight chain isomer.
 

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