Carbon -13 NMR Handout sheets - 13C Nucleaj Magnetic...

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13C Nucleaj Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Worksheets Names: Answer questions (1) - (4) (part I) below in lab Answer questions (5) and (6) (part II) below in the computer lab You wili rvork in pairs on this assignment and do the entire assigtment in the worksheets provided, ONE isomer/ ONE worksheet. If you need more space, you may use the back side of the page to continue your answerc. You raill do part I in lab aIId part II in the Science Lealning Center using the ADC CNMR program. Your TA must initial the worksheets after you have completed parl I before you begin the comPuter work. Each pair will be working with a different compound, which your TA will assign to you in lab. Before the end of the perioal, turn itr completed worksheets together to your TA. Part I to be completed in lab: l. Determine the degrees of unsaturation jn compounds with the formula you were given? 2. Draw 5 possjble isomers for the formula you were given observing the following constrain!s. 3. Based on the chemical shift values for r3C atoms given in Table 1g.3, preorct a spectrum for each of the isomels.
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  • Summer '08
  • Henary
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance, Proton NMR, NMR spectrum, Carbon-13 NMR, Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Worksheets

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