# How do conformations differ from structural isomers?

##### 1 Answer
Jun 29, 2018

Well, because conformations can exchange...

#### Explanation:

Conformers have a fairly soft energy of exchange, that is usually accessible at room temperatures. On the other hand, structural isomers have the same formulae BUT DIFFERENT $C - C$ connectivities. (Typically this applies to organic chemistry). For cyclohexane, there are two confomers…which your text will illustrate.