Chem3x11 Lecture 3
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- The preferred conformation of a substituted cyclohexane depends on 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
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