“Why does cyclohexane have to be in a chair conformation? How do I know which carbon goes up or down?”
Learn this and more in video 1 of the chair conformation series. Learn how to recognize a chair, what it represents (with a model kit and on paper) and the nature of axial and equatorial substituents.
(Watch on YouTube: Chair Conformations. Click cc on the bottom right to view video transcription.)
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This is video 1 in the Chair Conformations Tutorial Series.
After you’ve been through the tutorial, don’t forget to test your understanding with the Chair Conformations Quiz!