Epidemiology Review

Epidemiology Review - C5H10O IR The band at 1716 indicates...

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C 5 H 10 O IR: The band at 1716 indicates a carbonyl, probably a ketone. The bands at 3000-2850 indicate C-H alkane stretches.
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C 7 H 14 O
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The band at 1718 indicates a carbonyl, probably a ketone. The bands at 3000-2850 indicate C-H alkane stretches.
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C 4 H 10 O
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The broad band at 3339 indicates O-H stretch, probably an alcohol. The bands at 3000-2850 indicate C-H alkane stretches. The band at 1041 is C-O stretch, consistent with an alcohol.
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C 6 H 14 O
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The broad band at 3350 indicates O-H stretch, probably an alcohol. The bands at 3000-2850 indicate C-H alkane stretches. The bands from 1320-1000 indicate C-O stretch, consistent with an alcohol.
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C 4 H 8 O 2
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The band at 1743 indicates a carbonyl, probably a saturated aliphatic ester. The bands at 3000-2850 indicate C-H alkane stretches. The bands in the region 1320-1000 could be due to C-O stretch, consistent with an ester. C 5 H 10 O 2
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The band at 1740 indicates a carbonyl, probably a saturated aliphatic ester. The bands at 3000-2850 indicate C-H alkane stretches. The bands in the region 1320-1000 could be due to C-O stretch, consistent with an ester.
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C 5 H 10 O
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course 832 335 taught by Professor Abruzzi during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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Epidemiology Review - C5H10O IR The band at 1716 indicates...

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