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A possible reason you are being led astray is related to the way the substituents on the right side of the tri-substituted double bond are drawn in a linear fashion. However, when the hydrogen and n-propyl are drawn with the proper hybridization, only four isomers are possible, as napstablook has stated in a Comment. In trienes 1 and 2 the tri-substituted ...


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