How many different organic structures (from the pure theoretical viewpoint) are there with carbon and hydrogen atoms and atoms without hydrogen can be made with 5 carbon atoms only? Is there any way to count them all using Polya enumeration theory for "n" (hydro)carbonatoms? This is a follow up question from this Hydrocarbons with only 4 carbon atoms
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