Newman Projection of Substituted Propane Video

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Newman Projections of Substituted Propane Organic Chemistry Tutorial VideoNewman Projection Series: Video 3
This tutorial video shows you how to find and draw a Newman Projection for a substituted propane molecule even when some of the atoms are not directly visible.


(Watch on YouTube: Substituted Propane. Click CC on bottom right for transcript.)

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This is Video 3 in the Newman Projection Video Series. Click HERE for the entire series.

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  1. salam dabsan says:

    amazing 🙂

  2. Nathaniel says:

    These videos are great, but I do have one small issue. I cringe a bit every time I hear you say “gowsh” because it’s pronounced “gohsh” (it also means left, not right, as was stated in a previous video)

  3. Mees_Tee says:

    i dont understand why we have to shift the front carbon a little to the left. Is it compulsory?

  4. Shahad Saleh says:

    Dear Leah ,
    I can’t thank you enough for all you have done for us !!
    you are amazing ? Wonderful ? Genius ? All these words can’t express my feelings toward you !! All I can say that you made me LOVE organic chem ! God bless you

    • Thank you Shahad. Organic chemistry is a really fun topic if given the chance. I’m glad you’re able to figure this out during the semester. I find that if you enjoy what you’re studying you tend to work harder and do better in the long run.

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