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Chemical structure modification

Question asked by Niaz Mirza on Mar 29, 2019
Latest reply on Apr 4, 2019 by Niaz Mirza

Let's imagine,

 

There are 2 molecules which have the same elements and the same number of atoms but the chemical structure is different.

 

Molecule A= a3b7

Molecule B= a3b7

A is synthesized from source à and B is synthesized from source b'.

A and B has different functions due to their structural difference.

Structurally A= a3-b7

  And            B= b7-a3

 

Now the questions are:

 

1. Will it be possible to convert A to B by the mean of chemical structure modification?

 

2. Even if it is possible, after structural modification do both A and B will show the same chemical properties and the functions also will be the same?

 

3.what are the ways of chemical structural modification? (If it is practically possible)

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