How to Pronounce isomer?

Correct pronunciation for the word "isomer" is [ˈa͡ɪsəmə], [ˈa‍ɪsəmə], [ˈaɪ_s_ə_m_ə].

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"Isomer" in context

Isomer is a term used to refer to a molecule that has the same formula but different structures. Isomers can be divided into several categories, depending on the type of bonds they form. Structural isomers are connected differently, while stereoisomers contain different arrangements of their identical atoms.

Stereoisomers often have the same chemical and physical properties, while structural isomers can display different properties. One example of structural isomers is alkanes, which have the same molecular formula, but the atoms are arranged differently.

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