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IMG_0090 - Fraewutts g R Vibradons of bonds 2 Place the...

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A^pu tlu +f* V+ 1 CHM 22IO Spring 2008 Test 6 IDi# Please print name clearly here and on top of the back of the last page Total = 100 points. Graded tests may be picked up at cH 332. Good luck! 1. Specify MS, IR" orNMR for each item below. (3 points each) ul N lrlRspinning nuclei are subjected to radio waves inside a magnetic field. b) \19 An electron is dislodged from a molecule to create a molecular ion. c) M9 Usually indicates the molecular weight d) \ R Shows what kind of bonds are present and is best for identifying what functional groups are present e) Ntr4ROften used to show the number of hydrogen or carbon environments present ) -) -F(r-nrs bchnique destrovs tt " **nt.*St-
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Unformatted text preview: Fraewutts. g) \ R Vibradons of bonds 2. Place the letters A through F in the diagram below to indicate the corresponding region of the infrared spectrum. (3 points each) 2FRegion where C-H, N-H, or O-H bond stretching appears if present 2"&5V * 30Do '-{stetcning andbending ofsingle c-o bonds. Zg<\)- 3CIDo gqnc - 4€0a y'rn"c=c stretch of an alkene will appear here if presenr. lbSD X.ccl4shows peaks here but probably not in the ofher three regions 1. Region where a C=N stretch would be expected if present ,L1.e"p "i ll * CI I r'l c1 c-ct ! CI-{ zf Sameames called the fingerprint region lgpo -, o ^A g C r B' p 400 @ 40m 25W 2000 1500 cm-t...
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