Convert each Newman projection to the equivalent line–angle formula, and assign the IUPAC name.
Solution 46SP :
A Newman projection is a way to look at the conformation of a noncyclical molecule. It visualizes chemical conformations of a carbon-carbon chemical bond from front to back of the compound. The front carbon atom is represented by a dot and the carbon atom at the back is represented as a circle. The front carbon atom is called as proximal and the back carbon atom is called distal.
Sometimes there can be various newman projections for a molecule or compound as carbon atoms in the compound are linked by single bonds and the bonds are able to freely rotate, allowing for various conformations.
Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Author: L.G. Wade Jr
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