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The antibacterial activity of several groups of substituted mono- and diatomic phenols and their derivatives with various structural parameters was studied. An analysis of the results allowed the activity to be attributed to particular structural elements of the tested compounds.
In the title compound, C15H25NO2, all three six-membered rings adopt chair conformations. The cyclo-hexane and piperidine rings within the perhydro-isoquinoline are trans-trans fused. The N atom has a trigonal-pyramidal geometry (the sum of the bond angles is 328.0°). The methyl substituent occupies the sterically preferrable equatorial position. In the… (More)