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Question Following the alternative chair conformations for trans-1-bromo-2-methylcyclohexane: Using the data

Question : Question Following the alternative chair conformations for trans-1-bromo-2-methylcyclohexane: Using the data : 564592

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Following are the alternative chair conformations for trans-1-bromo-2-methylcyclohexane: Using the data for ?G for monosubstituted cyclohexanes at room temperature (25 degree C) and the representative value* for the gauche interaction of two equatorially positioned substituents in the 1,2-position: Calculate the difference in the Gibbs free energy between the second and first conformation including the algebraic sign kJ/mol Given your value in (a), calculate the percent of the chair, indicated as B, presented in an equilibrium mixture of the conformers  at 25 degree C %

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