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Unformatted text preview: (b) the distance between peaks which are split by neighboring atoms. (c) the number of different resonances in a molecule. (d) the coupling of Gilman reagents with organic halides. 6. Which of the following statements is TRUE about NMR Spectroscopy? (a) The area under the peak (size of the peaks) is meaningless. (b) NMR stands for Nuclear Magnetic Radiation. (c) The energy difference between the two spin states is enormous. (d) Carbon 12, the most abundant isotope, is invisible on the NMR. 2006 Gregory R . Cook page 1 Chem 341 North Dakota State University 7. Which of the following molecules does the C-13 NMR shown belong belong to? a) H 3 C CH 3 b) OH HO c) Br I d) 2006 Gregory R . Cook page 2 Chem 341 North Dakota State University...
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