chaircyclohexane - Drawing Chairs / Chair Flips 1. Make 2...

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Drawing Chairs / Chair Flips 1. Make 2 slanted parallel lines: 2. Draw 2 more parallel lines: 3. Connect the edges of each “V” to make the chair: 4. Fill in all axial substituents. These lines are vertical and point in the same direction as the “V” formed by the 2 C-C bonds from the carbon of interest. For this example, the “V” is bold. 5. Fill in the equatorial substituents. These groups are parallel to the C-C bond 2 bonds away and pointing away from the ring. The “new” equatorial substituent is in red, and the bonds to which it is parallel are bold. 6. Fill in substituents. Wedges mean the substituent is ABOVE a hydrogen; dashes mean the substituent is BELOW a hydrogen. They are totally unrelated to whether the group is axial or equatorial. A. Pick any carbon on your flat ring and mark it with an asterisk. Then, pick any carbon on your chair and mark it with an asterisk. I
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