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There are two isomeric forms of propyl:
- with the substituent attached to one of the end carbons (called 1-propyl in the IUPAC nomenclature, or n-propyl (Pr-n) in the old naming system); and
- with the substituent attached to the middle carbon (called 2-propyl in the IUPAC system, or isopropyl in the old system).
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