Educational content

The stencil allows the study of the various educational aspects listed below using the most appropriate mode of representation of organic compounds according to the circumstances.

 

I.        Bond-line structures
  • Benzene and aromatic compounds, cyclohexane and other smalls cycles
  • Straight or branched carbon chains with single, double or triple bonds.
  • Saturated or unsaturated cyclic chains with ramifications
  • Open chains containing heteroatoms
  • Heterocycles and steroids

 

II.        Three dimensional structures  (Wedge/Dash)

  • One asymetric carbon (enantiomerism and R/S configurations)
  • Two asymetric carbons (diastereoisomérism and R/S configurations)
  • Carbon chains with or without heteroatoms

 

III.        Geometric isomerism of carbon-carbon double bond and small cycles

  • Cis/trans  isomerism
  • E/Z isowedge/dash)

 

IV.        Newman  Projections (conformers and optical isomers)
  • Staggered conformations
  • Eclipsed conformations
  • One or two asymetric carbons

 


V.        Sawhorse structures (conformers and optical isomers)

  • Staggered conformations
  • Eclipsed conformations
  • One or two asymetric carbons

VI.        Conformations of cyclohexane, oses and osides

  • Chair Conformation (equatorial and axial bonds)
  • Boat Conformation (equatorial and axial bonds)
  • Oses and osides representations

 

 

VII.        Fischer projections

  • One asymetric carbon (oses, amino acids, etc.)
  • Two asymetric carbons (oses, amino acids, etc.)
  • Multiple asymetric carbon chains (oses reactions)
  • Glucoses isomers

VIII.        Haworth formula

  • Furanoses
  • Pyranoses