Answer :

Double bond equivalent is used to find the level of unsaturations present in an organic molecule.


DBE =


Where C= number of carbon atoms present


H=number of hydrogen atoms present


N=number of nitrogen atoms present


X=number of halogen atoms present


Double bond equivalent (DBE) for C4H9Br


=


=0


So none of the isomers has a ring or unsaturation, so the isomers are positions or chain isomers as shown below in the table:



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