Spectroscopy_Workbook_2

Spectroscopy_Workbook_2 - Chem 6AL Russak Fall 2010

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Unformatted text preview: Chem 6AL Russak Fall 2010 Name_________________________________ TA/Section___________________________ Experiment 8 Spectroscopy Workbook II Part 4. Elucidating the Structure given 13C NMR spectra The same manner of investigation will be applied as you did in 1H NMR, although, you don’t have to worry about any splitting. Each signal is a non equivalent carbon. Don’t forget to calculate the unsaturation number. Question 20. The formula is C6H14O Chem 6AL Russak Fall 2010 Question 21. C7H12O Name_________________________________ TA/Section___________________________ Question 22. C8H10 (There are 2 peaks at 128) Chem 6AL Russak Fall 2010 Name_________________________________ TA/Section___________________________ Part 5. Elucidating the Structure given 13C NMR and 1H NMR spectra Using the combination of these spectra, you can obtain a more precise structure by eliminating other possible structures that don’t match exactly with both. Question 23. C11H14O2 Chem 6AL Russak Fall 2010 Name_________________________________ TA/Section___________________________ Chem 6AL Russak Fall 2010 Question 24. C7H8O Name_________________________________ TA/Section___________________________ Chem 6AL Russak Fall 2010 Name_________________________________ TA/Section___________________________ Question 25. C4H6O ...
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