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CEM251 Chair Structures

by: Sarah Struble

CEM251 Chair Structures CEM 251

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Sarah Struble
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Organic Chemistry I
C. Vasileiou

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Here are the notes for the week after the first midterm This covers the cycloalkane chair structures and bonding (axial and equatorial)
Organic Chemistry I
C. Vasileiou
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Struble on Monday October 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CEM 251 at Michigan State University taught by C. Vasileiou in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 58 views. For similar materials see Organic Chemistry I in Chemistry at Michigan State University.


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Date Created: 10/05/15
Page 1 of 3 CEM 251 Weekly Notes Cycloalkanes in reality 4 0 3 make a plane 5th is NOT on the plane this makes it more stable l 4 actual formation envelope 4 1 adding a 6th C makes it more stable 4 0 3 still make a plane 4 S 4 9 39 Chair boat MOST STABLE how you should draw chair structure with the sides parallel to the one across Page 2 of 3 Bonding off of the Chair Structure 2 types of bond off of each Carbon axia axial the direction of the Carbon whether it is on a point that points up or down tells which way the axial bond points equatorial 2nd bond goes opposite direction updown than the axial and out of the ring parallel to the ring equatorial 2 Types of Structures cisstructure go in same direction both Cl s are going up out of page 13dichloro cyclohexane transstructure go in opposite directions one Cl goes up out of page one goes down into page 13dichloro cyclohexane Page 3 of 3 cis 1CI is up 3CI is up 0L 13dichloro cyclohexane chair structure trans 1chloro is up 3chloro is down H for this structure 1chloro is axial 3chloro is equatorial


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