An aldehyde as well as a Ketone can be represented by the same molecular formula say C3H6O. Write the structure and name them and state the relation between the two in the language of science

aldehyde : propanal : ch3-ch2-cho
ketone : propanone : ch3-co-ch3
​they are structural isomers
 
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Two possible Aldehyde and Ketone are:
  • ​Aldehyde: CH3CH2CHO (Propanol)
  • ​Ketone: CH3COCH(Propanone)
So these both are isomers as they has same formula but different structures.
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Ketone CH​3COCH3
Aldehyde 
CH3CH2CHO
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Aldehyde :- CH3​​CH​2CHO​
Ketone  :- CH3COCH3
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ch3coch3
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aldehyde propanal : ch3-ch2-cho
​ketone: propanone: ch3-co-ch3
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Aldehyde: CH​3CH2CHO
Ketone: CH3COCH3
In the language of science, these two are related because they have the same molecular formula but different structures. Therefore, they are isomers.
 
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Hi,

​Aldehyde :- CH3CH2CHO = C3H6O (Propanal)
Ketone :- CH​3COCH= C3H6​O​ (Propanone)
Since they both have same molecular formula but having different Structure.
So, They both are Isomers.

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CH3-C-CH3     = ketone                    propanone
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        O
CH3CH2CHO =aldehyde                    propanal

​They are structural isomerse....having diff structural formula but same molecular formula...
 
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Please find this answer

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aldehyde : propanal : CH3-CH2-CHO ketone : propanone : CH3-CO-CH3 ​
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Aldehyde - CH3CH​2CHO (Propanol)
Ketone - CH3COCH3 (Propanone)

 



 

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Ketone-CH3COCH3 (propan-2-one) Aldehyde - CH3CH2COH(popanal) They are functional isomet
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Two possible Aldehyde and Ketone are: ​Aldehyde: CH3CH2CHO (Propanol) ​Ketone: CH3COCH3 (Propanone) So these both are isomers as they has same formula but different structures.
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since, they both have same molecular formula but have different structural formula
so, they both are isomers
 
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