Problem: Draw the most stable chair conformation for the following molecule. Use the templates provided. The chloride and the numbering of carbons are already drawn in for you in the template. (*Note: D=deuterium, an isotope of hydrogen):

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Draw the most stable chair conformation for the following molecule. Use the templates provided. The chloride and the numbering of carbons are already drawn in for you in the template. (*Note: D=deuterium, an isotope of hydrogen):

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