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Which shows a isomer of the molecule below?

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Cantra Firkraag

2020-05-26 19:21:49

   Without saying 'which' molecule it is, or what is being shown, it is not possible to give a legitimate answer to the question you had in mind. You should be more clear when asking questions.

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