1H NMRExercise 1

1H NMRExercise 1 - Its formula is C 8 H 10 O. The peaks at...

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NMR Exercise 1 1. Predict the 1 H NMR spectrum of lidocaine, shown below. Label which hydrogen atoms produce each signal and give the integration and splitting for each signal. CH 3 CH 3 H N O N CH 3 CH 3 lidocaine 2. Determine the structure of the compound that produced this 1 H NMR spectrum. Its formula is C 6 H 14 O. δ , ppm Mult. Int. 3.50 quartet 1 1.6 singlet 1 1.2 doublet 3 0.90 singlet 9
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3. Determine the structure of the compound that produced this 1 H NMR spectrum.
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Unformatted text preview: Its formula is C 8 H 10 O. The peaks at 3.83 ppm and 2.87 ppm have been expanded to show splitting. Peak Table: , ppm Mult. Int. 7.35 multiplet 2 7.26 multiplet 3 3.83 2 2.87 2 2.35 singlet 1 4. Determine the structure of the compound that produced this 1 H NMR spectrum. Its formula is C 9 H 18 O. Hint: what type of alkyl group can account for a large number of hydrogens and has a high degree of symmetry? 1 2 3 PPM...
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1H NMRExercise 1 - Its formula is C 8 H 10 O. The peaks at...

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