I am a high school student and I don't know a whole lot about molecular simulation. I wish to view different conformers of cyclohexane and the changes that occur when substituents are attached (for example cis-1,4-di-tertbutylcyclohexane attains a twist boat shape) through molecular simulation.
The only easy-to-use tool I could find was MolView, but I can't see the above molecule getting into a twist boat shape when I ran an energy minimization because it swapped the cis to a trans form (which is in a chair conformation). Couldn't find the molecule through PubChem as well, so that I could import it.
I would also like to try out ortho effect on substituted benzene rings. Basically, I want to see a few simple molecules, (not anything like proteins and other macromolecules) and run an energy minimization on them.
So, is there any easy-to-use, free molecular energy minimization simulation program that can help me achieve this?