Draw a staggered newman projection with three sticks

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Unformatted text preview: staggered Newman projection, with three sticks on the “back” carbon and three on the “front”. Have a stick up on the back carbon, and one down on the front. 2. Draw your biggest substituent on the back carbon on the “up” stick 3. Draw your biggest substituent on the front on the “down” “anti” stick 4. Fill in the other two back attachments on the other two back-carbon sticks. 5. Fill in the other two front attachments on the other two front-carbon sticks. ( Steps(for(Drawing(the(Worst(Newman(projection( Summary:((Draw(eclipsed(sticks;(install(substituents(appropriately( 1. Draw an eclipsed Newman projection, with three sticks on the “back” carbon and three on the “front”. Have a stick up on both the back and front carbons. 2. Draw your biggest substituent on the back carbon on the “up” stick 3. Draw your biggest substituent on the front on the “up” “totally eclipsed” stick 4. Fill in the other back and front attachments. Note: The more severe the eclipsing in the “worst” projection, the greater the rotation barr...
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This document was uploaded on 03/03/2014 for the course CHEM 341 at Minnesota State University Moorhead .

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