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[ORGO] spectroscopy practice

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by ippie, Jun 3, 2008.

  1. ippie

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    picture attached.

    how many peaks and splittings???
     

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    #1) Two peaks the methyl is a singlet and the CH2 is also a singlet because of symmetry (even though n+1 would look like a triplet they are equivalent Hs and dont split)
    #2) 2 singlets
    #3)Methyl will give a singlet, There is an H (not shown) at tertiary position that will show a multiplet, and the 4 Hs on the ring (all equivalent) will show a singlet
     

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