Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 304

Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 304 - 13-50...

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Unformatted text preview: 13-50 (a), (b) and (c The six isomers are drawn here. Below each stRcture is the Number of proton signaLs and the NUmber of carbon signaLs. (ote that spLitting pattes would Give even more clues In the proton N.) H C C CH ' C H H _ l / ; > yD X XC 6 H3C C C 3xH* 3xC 2xH 3xC XH XC XH XC *ings aLways pesent chaLlenges in seEocheMistry. When VIEwED three dEsIos, It EcomEs appaEt hat thE two hyDrOgEs o A Cz ae not eqiVaLEt: on Eah CHz, oe is s to thE ehyL ad oe Is tas to the EhyL. These are diasterEotopI protos A ore coEct answer to pa (b) woLD E fo typEs of potons; whethe ALL fo coLd be distingished in the is a hader qestion to swe. Fo the ppose of this probLE, whether It Is 3 or 4 types of H DoEs ot atte bEcase Eter oE, in ombInatIon with three typEs of abon, wLl dIstngsh It fo te ote...
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