s20 2011 week 3 day 2

s20 2011 week 3 day 2 - Spin-Spin Splitting Reading Section...

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Unformatted text preview: Spin-Spin Splitting Reading : Section 13.4 Chemistry S-20ab Week 3 1 ¡¢ Spin-Spin Splitting: Counting Neighbors Reading : Section 13.4 Chemistry S-20ab Week 3 1 ¡¢ Spin-Spin Splitting: Why Does It Happen? Reading : Section 13.4 Chemistry S-20ab Week 3 1 ¡¢ Spin-Spin Splitting: More Than One Neighbor Reading : Section 13.4 Chemistry S-20ab Week 3 1 ¡¡ Spin-Spin Splitting: The Coupling Constant Reading : Section 13.4 Chemistry S-20ab Week 3 1 ¡¢ Spin-Spin Splitting: More Complex Splitting Patterns • Predict the NMR spectrum of the following molecule: H 3 C O H H H Reading : Section 13.5 Chemistry S-20ab Week 3 1 ¡¢ Chemistry S-20 3 Name: _______ / 14 3. You have just synthesized a new compound, and the following spectroscopic data is obtained: • From the mass spectrum, you deduce that the molecular formula is C 10 H 12 O . • The proton NMR spectrum is: • The infrared spectrum is: Draw your best choice for the structure of this molecule in the box below....
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2011 for the course CHEM S20 taught by Professor Evan during the Spring '11 term at Belhaven.

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s20 2011 week 3 day 2 - Spin-Spin Splitting Reading Section...

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