Problem: Draw the LEAST stable chair conformation of 2,3-dipropyl-1,4-dimethylcyclohexane with the following info: the propyl groups are trans to one another; the C1 methyl is cis to the C2 propyl; the C4 methyl is cis to the C3 propyl.

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Draw the LEAST stable chair conformation of 2,3-dipropyl-1,4-dimethylcyclohexane with the following info: the propyl groups are trans to one another; the C1 methyl is cis to the C2 propyl; the C4 methyl is cis to the C3 propyl.

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