Atrisubstituted cyclohexane compound is given below in its chair conformation. draw the corresponding planar (overhead) representation, using wedge-and-dash bonds to indicate the substituent positions. to be graded properly, include the hydrogen atoms on the chirality centers (asymmetric carbons). be sure that both wedge/dash bonds are drawn on the outside of the ring, or else the stereochemistry may be interpreted as square planar.
under a microscope, cancer cells may look very different from normal cells. they often have different sizes and some may be larger than normal while others are smaller. cancer cells are often abnormally shaped and the control centre of the cell (the nucleus) may have an abnormal appearance.
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