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Newman Projections..

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by dentalmagnet, Dec 6, 2008.

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    Ill try to make u a tutorial tonight. I'm studying for mondays exams, as you might know lol 730AM!!!!!
     
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    By "line-bond" do you mean a Fischer projection?? Either way, its fundamental to be comfortable with the shape of a tetrahedral molecule. Also, you must know that any horizontal line in Fischer is a bond thats coming out of the face of the page while a vertical line is a bond that is going down in to the page.

    If you're not talking about converting from Newman --> Fischer, let me know, Ill try to help you out. :thumbup:
     
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