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Chemistry 216Spectroscopic Unknown WorksheetYour Name: Rhea VermaUnknown number: #4581.What is the m.p. of your compound and how does it compare the reported m.p. ofthe compound that you think you have?You should look up the m.p. of your suspectedcompound on Reaxys or Aldrich for the comparison.If your compound is a liquid, thatmeans the m.p. is below room temperature so you should expect that the compound youidentify also has an m.p. below room temperature. (4 pts)
2.Assign all of the important peaks in the infrared spectrum and enter them in thetable below.Provide the value of the peak in wavenumbers and the functional groupand/or bond stretch that you attribute to the peak. Label the peaks in your Infraredspectrum of your unknown compound with the bond stretch and/or functional group thatyou assign to it. “Important peaks” are generally those that appear in the functional groupregion (1500-4000 cm-1), but not always.For instance, if you can identify a peak in thefingerprint region that is useful in identifying your unknown compound you shouldinclude it. A minimum of three peaks should be listed. (6 pts)

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Term
Fall
Professor
SCHULTZ
Tags
It, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Proton NMR, alkene group

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