What is the structural isomer of hexane?

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The structural isomer of Hexane is 2 to the ratio of three methyl pentane and 2, 2 to the ratio of 2, 3 dimethyl- butane; and the diagram can be viewed at http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/dec97/878572346.Ch.r.html. Hexane is a hydrocarbon compound that is partially alkaline and partially gas; the chemical formula is C6H14 and it is made of carbon and water.
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