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There are three isomers of toluidine, which are organic compounds. These isomers are o-toluidine, m-toluidine, and p-toluidine. The o- stands for ortho- , m- stands for meta- , and p- stands for para- . All three are aromatic amines whose chemical structures are similar to aniline except that a methyl group is substituted onto the aromatic ring. The difference between these three isomers is the position where the methyl group (-CH3) is bonded to the ring relative to the amino functional group (-NH2); see illustration of the chemical structures below.
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