Combinatorial Chemistry!

Chemistry Level pending

Consider that you have four carbon atoms , two chlorine atoms, each bonded to at least one of the carbons and an infinite supply of hydrogen atoms .

Find the number of structures (i.e different IUPAC names) that can be obtained if the carbons are bonded by single bonds only. (i.e do not consider C=C or \(C\equiv C\))

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