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==Key concepts==
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* The preferred conformation of a substituted cyclohexane depends what's attached to it
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* Two cyclohexanes can be fused to give decalins
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* Attachment of substituents to cyclohexanes can lock their conformations, giving complex, but very information-rich NMR spectra
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==Cyclohexanes with Two Substituents==
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===''cis'' and ''trans'' refer to Relative Stereochemistry. Nothing to do with Ring Flipping===
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We need to be clear on one thing from the outset...
==The Licence for This Page==
==The Licence for This Page==
Is [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ CC-BY-3.0] meaning you can use whatever you want, provided you cite me.
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Chem3x11 Lecture 3

Being built (as of Sat, Apr 14).

(Back to the main teaching page)

Key concepts

  • The preferred conformation of a substituted cyclohexane depends what's attached to it
  • Two cyclohexanes can be fused to give decalins
  • Attachment of substituents to cyclohexanes can lock their conformations, giving complex, but very information-rich NMR spectra

Cyclohexanes with Two Substituents

cis and trans refer to Relative Stereochemistry. Nothing to do with Ring Flipping

We need to be clear on one thing from the outset...

The Licence for This Page

Is CC-BY-3.0 meaning you can use whatever you want, provided you cite me.

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