Bridge-head hydrogen of the conformer of cis-decalin is positioned as [a = axial; e = equatorial]
  • a)
    a, a
  • b)
    e, e
  • c)
    a, e                     
  • d)
    pseudo-a, pseudo-e
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

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Veda Institute
Jul 12, 2021
-Hydrogens attached to bridge head carbons are often referred to as bridge head hydrogens. The two rings can also be connected by a bridge containing one or more carbons to form a bridged bicyclic molecule. Lastly, the two rings can be joined with a singe bridge head carbon to form spiro bicyclic molecules.
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Bridge-head hydrogen of the conformer of cis-decalin is positioned as [a = axial; e = equatorial] 
a, e           

-Hydrogens attached to bridge head carbons are often referred to as bridge head hydrogens. The two rings can also be connected by a bridge containing one or more carbons to form a bridged bicyclic molecule. Lastly, the two rings can be joined with a singe bridge head carbon to form spiro bicyclic molecules.-Bridge-head hydrogen of the conformer of cis-decalin is positioned as [a = axial; e = equatorial]a, e
-Hydrogens attached to bridge head carbons are often referred to as bridge head hydrogens. The two rings can also be connected by a bridge containing one or more carbons to form a bridged bicyclic molecule. Lastly, the two rings can be joined with a singe bridge head carbon to form spiro bicyclic molecules.-Bridge-head hydrogen of the conformer of cis-decalin is positioned as [a = axial; e = equatorial]a, e