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anticoplaner the topic that keeps returning

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by theedaddy77, Jun 12, 2008.

  1. theedaddy77

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    .what does anti-coplanar mean in terms of stero? like does the leaving and H have to be one equitoral and the other axial or does it mean both are axial or both equitoral?


    ..U all prob have top score if you can please explain how problem 92 in test 1 on the organic section works out....
     
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    I dont have top score but what i think your asking is what is the most stable config . Equitoral is always most stable. If you have two bulky groups and both are equitoral that would be stable over anything else.
     
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    I think you are referring to the fact that substituents need to be on opposite sides for rxn to occur?
     
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    I believe E2 reactions occur anti-coplanar.
     

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