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Yes, it does! Thus, if they asked you to name three constitutional isomers of C6H12, drawing cyclohexane tislef, 1-methylcyclopentane, and 1,2-dimethylcyclobutane would be a valid answer. However, I was also wondering if we would ever be expected to draw all the constitutional isomers for an organic molecule and if so how complex would the molecule be?
Yes, you would include that in your total count of constitutional isomers. If the question gave you a specific structure, and asked for the constitutional isomers other than the one provided, then no you would not include it.
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