How are structural isomers found?
Structural isomers differ in their connectivity.........
And organic chemistry provides a WEALTH of examples of structural isomerism..........even if (for simplicity) we confine our discussion to alkanes......
As the formula becomes bigger, the number of isomers grows remarkably.... I read on the interwebz that a formula of
And how do you find them? Well, do not ever despise the utility of using models, so that you can actually see the connectivity. Molecular model sets will be permitted in every organic examination, and will also ALWAYS be found on the desks of distinguished professors of organic, and inorganic chemistry.