I've to make the structural isomers for cyclohexane. On position 1, there's a methane group with wedge bond and on position 2, a methane with dash bond. So I'll have to make the trans isomers only as they are not in the same plane or should I make the cis isomers too?
Or, can wedge and dash bonds on 1, 2 position of cyclohexane ring be used to signify trans orientation of the substituents? Is it actually trans or is it there just to show that the molecules lie in different planes or something?
For reference: as it is the 1,2 position, cis will be axial on 1. equatorial on 2. Trans will be axial on both 1 and 2.