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Unformatted text preview: IR Spectrum (liquid film) ‘ .._|_._L_._A._—L_-—L 4000 3000 2000 1600 1200 800 0-0 V (cm'1 ) Mass Spectrum path length :0.50 cm solvent : cyclohexane es 2 3 e a a UV specuurn D g " 5.00 mg / 10 mls O 32 contains a halogen 200 250 300 3E a A (nm) 130 NMR Spectrum No ms in (50.0 MHz. CDCI3 solution) this sample proton decoupled .4._J—l.—l—l—L—_L_J_l—|——J—|—L—L——Ll——. . 200 160 120 80 40 0 5 (99". 1H NMR Spectrum (200 MHz, CDCI3 solution) —f———I—--— IR Spectrum (liquid film) 2971 —L—I—l——l—L._n_ 4000 3000 2000 1600 1200 800 - v (cm1 ) 100 Mass Spectrum 80 g 0 60 g No significant UV 3 absorption above 220 nm 40 "6 20 * M*'=60(<1%) C3 H80 —h—|—h‘—h—l—_‘—n—I—n—I— 40 80 120 1 60 200 240 280 m / e T‘—'_I—_'_"Tq'fi 13C NMR Spectrum (50.0 MHz. CDCI3 solution) proton decoupled SONG"! W 200 160 12° 8° 40 o 6 (ppm) 1H NMR Spectrum (200 MHz, CDC!3 solution) expansions 1.5 1.0 exchanges I with 020 f 10 9 8 7 6 5 IR Spectrum 2987 (liquid film) 4000 80 g S 60 a 2 40'5 :2 10 13C NMR Spectrum (50.0 MHz. CDCI3 solution) 3000 _ 2000 M“ 122/124 40 80 1 20 proton decoupled 200 160 1H NMR Spectrum (200 MHz. CDCI3 solution) expansi 4.6 4.0 ppm 0 ns .,__ 20 1600 V (cm'1 ) 120 1 200 J—n-I-a-l-n—A—b—J—u-I 800 Mass Spectrum W solvent 80 No significant UV absorption above 220 nm 5 (Dim) 40 0 M.w\.a-.¢” lR Spectrum (liquid film) A—L———I——_—J—._J 4000 3000 2000 1 600 1200 800 v (cm' ' ) Mass SpeCIrum W spectrum 5.815 mg/1O mls path length : 1.00 cm C 8 H100 solvent : ethanol .h—h—L—s_A_n_J_—t...._l_ ‘ ' 200 240 280 200 250 300 350 1, (nm) r—r—Wfl—r—v—r 13C NMR Spectrum (20.0 MHz. CDC!3 solution) proton decoupled _________________l_ 200 160 120 80 ‘ 40 0 5 (Ppm) 1H NMR Spectrum (100 MHz, CDC:3 solution) exchanges with D; O IR Spectrum (liquid film) *a—h—l—hd—h 4000 3000 2000 1 1600 1200 800 V (cm' ) Mass Spectrum UV spectrum 0.917 mgl10 mls path length : 0.20 cm solvent : hexane g a. 3 .3 '6 :9 M*u 170/172 4O 80 1 20 1 60 200 240 280 200 250 300 350 m / e 3 1. (nm) 13c: NMR Spectrum (50.0 MHz. CDQI3 solution) expansion _l_.___ —'____ 140 proton decoupled I? solvent l 30 PM“ ' 200 1 60 1 20 80 40 0 5 (Ppm) 1H NMR Spectrum (200 MHz. CDC!3 solution) ...
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