Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 293

Solutions_Manual_for - 1 3-28 The ful l carbon spectrum of phenyl propanoate is presented belo w f CH g'6 1 26/CH 12 � �'6 28

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Unformatted text preview: 1 3-28 The ful l carbon spectrum of phenyl propanoate is presented belo w . f CH g/'6 1 26/CH · · · · · · · · · 12 � � '6 28 CH2 89 CH3 '6 1 29 � .d '6 1 2 2 CH (5 1 73 C '6 1 5 1 g 200 I 1 80 I I 1 60 I J C O f e _ 0 O- -CH2CH1 c ba g TMS f I e 1 40 I 80 100 1 20 Carbon - 1 3 8 ( ppm) I I 60 I 40 I 20 I 1 I o The DEPT-90 wi l l show only the methine carbons, i.e . , CH. All other peaks disappear. f CH g/'6 1 26/CH � '6 1 29 (5 1 22 CH DEPT-90 The DEPT- 1 3 5 w i l l show the methyl, CH3, and methine, CH, peaks pointed up, and the methylene, CH2• peaks pointed down. f CH g/'6 1 26/CH � (5 1 29 '6 1 22 CH DEPT-135 C H, TMS I By analyzing the original spectrum, the DEPT-90, and the DEPT- 1 35, each peak in the c arbon NMR can be assigned as to which type of c arbon it represent. 2 86 ...
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