Combined Spectroscopy (LS)

Combined Spectroscopy (LS) - 41 Example 2: Mass Spectrum:...

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Lecture Supplement: Solving Combined Spectroscopy Problems 39 Solving Combined Spectroscopy Problems Example 1: Mass Spectrum: m/z = 120 (M, 48.0%); m/z = 121 (M+1, 4.85%); m/z = 122 (M+2, less than 0.1%). Infrared Spectrum:
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40 Lecture Supplement: Solving Combined Spectroscopy Problems 1 H-NMR Spectrum:
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Unformatted text preview: 41 Example 2: Mass Spectrum: m/z = 174 (M, 28%); m/z = 175 (M+1, 2.58%); m/z = 176 (M+2, less than 0.1%). Infrared Spectrum: 42 Lecture Supplement: Solving Combined Spectroscopy Problems 1 H-NMR Spectrum: 13 C-NMR (ppm): 170.1 (singlet), 61.2 (triplet), 46.1 (doublet), 13.9 (quartet), 13.5 (quartet)...
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