Draw the structure of the given cycloalkene. cis-4,5-Dimethylcyclohexene
Draw the structure of the given cycloalkene.
A cycloalkene is an aliphatic hydrocarbon that contains only carbon and hydrogen. It is a six-membered cyclic compound having a double bond. It is not an aromatic compound, as it contains only one pi- bond. As a result, conjugation is not there.
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In cis-4,5-dimethyl cyclohexene, the parent carbon chain comprises six carbon atoms arranged in a cyclic chain, with a double bond between the first...
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