Problem: A spiro ring junction is one where two rings that share no bonds originate from a single carbon atom. Alkanes containing such a ring junction are called spiranes. (a) For the case of bicyclic spiranes of formula C 7H12, write structures for all possibilities where all carbons are incorporated into rings.  

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A spiro ring junction is one where two rings that share no bonds originate from a single carbon atom. Alkanes containing such a ring junction are called spiranes.
(a) For the case of bicyclic spiranes of formula C 7H12, write structures for all possibilities where all carbons are incorporated into rings.
 

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