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Actually, there are 71 different isomers of C5H80. 

  1. C-CCOC=C this is e-(ethenyloxy)prop-1-ene
  2. OCCC#C  this one is pent-4-yn-1-ol
  3. OC1CC-CC1 jc.3 or cyclopent -3-en-ol
  4. CC(=0)CC1CC1 or 1-cyclopylathen-1-one
  5. O=C1CCCC1 or cylopentanone
You can also break this down further:
Alcool has 3:
  1. Bicylique 
  2. Cyclique
  3. diene
  4. yne
Enol
Aldehyde
  1. cyclique
  2. lineaine
Certonie
  1. cyclique
  2. lineaine
To understand isomers you must realize that an isomer a molecule that has the molecular as a different molecule. Each of these molecules has a different chemical structure. Isomers must contain the numbers of atoms for each isomer. Normally isomers won't won't always share the same properties unless they are in the same fuctional group. You can see this in Alcool, Alehyde and Cetronie. 

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Your structures aren't correct but then thanks for the trial.
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