Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 269

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Unformatted text preview: 1 2- 14 continued H (b ) \ I C=C H \ t cmH 1 660 -1 I I CH2CH3 H o r H \ I C=C stronger absorption-larger \H t cm1 1 640 I I OCH2CH3 d ipole (c) "N=C H / stronger absorption- \H t cm1 1 660 C=C I CH2CH3 H o r H \ I C=C \ t cm-H 1 660 1 / CH2CH3 lag er dipole r H \ I ( d) H 3C (no dipole moment ) 12 15 H3C \ t cmH 1 660 1 C=C I CH3 H o r H \ I C=C stronger absorption \ t cmH 1 660 1 - CH2CH3 - la e dipole rg r ( a) H3C \ I CH3 weak or non existent (b) t1 1 660 cm \ a nd CH3 3 0003 100 cm 1 c on u ated jg O� <'c=cl H t CH(CH3h H CH3 I \ �. 1 620 cm -l and 1 645 cm �1 0 � o II 1 660 cm -1 mode ate i ntensit r y n ot con u ated jg (c both ca bon ls show st on abso ptions a ound 1 7 10 cm ) ry rg r r -1 o C H3(CH2)3 - C H II (d ) 0\ 2 700-2800 c m -1 two small peaks H + and CH3(CH2h - C - CH3 o y. 1 3300 cm b oad, st on r rg 1200 and cm -1 a� 262 1 7 1 cm O �1 st on rg ...
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