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Lecture 7
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13 C NMR Liquid Chromatography Experiment 6 Experiment 7
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Granted Final is now Wednesday 730-1030pm March 16 th !!! Room: ? Probably in here…but unsure The only legitimate conflicts are: You already have a final at this time You absolutely object…and if so you must tell me so by Friday, Feb 18 th so I can make other accommodations
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The following spectrum belongs to which compound? A. B C
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The following spectrum belongs to which compound? A. B C
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The following spectrum belongs to which compound? A. B C
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The following spectrum belongs to which compound? A. B C
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On the spectrum below label the following: Shielded, Deshielded, Lower Energy, Higher Energy, Upfield, Downfield, Electron Rich, Electron Poor
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s(2H) multiplet (4H)
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multiplet (5H) s (3H)
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s(1H) q(1H) q(2H) d(3H) t(3H)
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q(2H) t (3H)
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t(4H) quintet(4H)
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Abundance in nature is only 1.1% Need more sensitive instrumentation to detect Splitting patterns and integration not reliable
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2011 for the course CHEM 6a taught by Professor Pettus during the Winter '07 term at UCSB.

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