Chemistry(Please check, thanks)
posted by Hannah .
For C4H10O a constitutional isomer can be written as C-C-C-C-O-H with hydrogens also coming off of the 4 carbons. I know that this is an alcohol. I need to know if there are stereoisomers for this other than conformers. I think that there are stereoisomers because you can just move the location of the OH.
Is this correct?