Nope.... isomers differ only in their structure not in their molecular formula
The three main types of isomers are structural isomers, geometric isomers, and enantiomers.
These are not optical isomers they are functional group isomers a subcategory of structural isomers.
The isomers can be separated by a method called stereoisomerism. The first person that is documented to have used this method is one Louis Pasteur.
Two isomers of technetium were used in medicine.
No. They can be considered as structural isomers or functional isomers.
Yes, RNA does have isomers.
There are no isomers of propane.
No, it does not have optical or geometric isomers.
Alkenes have isomers.