Questions tagged [cyclohexane]

Cyclohexane is a cycloalkane with the molecular formula $\ce{C6H12}$. This tag should be applied to questions about the properties and reactions of cyclohexane and its derivatives.

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Can acetaldehyde be condensed with methyl vinyl ketone to form 2-Cyclohexen-1-one as per the Robinson annulation

I have seen that cyclohexanone can react with methyl vinyl ketone to form a fused bicyclic cyclohexenone, I am wondering if the same reaction can be used to produce cyclohexenone the single ring ...
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Chugaev and Selenoxide Elimination giving different products

In class we are going over intramolecular elimination. In this question I will provide two similar reactants that provide a different mixture of products. The chugaev elimination gives a 50/50 ...
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Strains in conformations of cyclohexane

I know some the basic kind of strains that can exist in molecules namely Torsional strain (Vanderwaals' strain), steric strain and angle strain. Is it possible to associate a particular type of ...
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Stability of Cycloalkyl Carbocations

What is the order of stability of the cycloalkyl carbocations? I think the stability should increase as we move from cyclopropyl carbocation to cyclohexyl carbocation, since the angle strain is ...
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Why bridged bicyclic compound isn't a preferred product over fused bicylic compound in Robinson Annulation reaction?

Why a doubly-fused cyclohexanone is formed instead of bridged cyclohexanone like product which would be more flexible (entropically-favoured)? Also, the OH group not being at the bridgehead carbon ...
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Which process would separate the mixture of toluene, cyclohexane and water?

toluene: $\ce{C6H5-CH3}$ cyclohexane: $\ce{C6H12}$ I think that answer would be: Toluene and cyclohexane do not dissolve in water (since they are nonpolar), so I would first separate the water from ...