Ignoring coupling, how many 1 H NMR resonances would you expect for each compound a-f .Ignoring coupling, how many 13 C NMR resonances would you...
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1.     Ignoring coupling, how many 1

style="color:rgb(45,59,69);">H NMR resonances would you expect for each compound a-f.

2.     Ignoring coupling, how many 13C NMR resonances would you expect for compounds a-f.

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3. Using the atom numbering provided in Figure 4.12, assign each carbon resonance in the spectra (a-c) to a carbon atom (1-10) in ipsenol.

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FIGURE 4.12 (a) Standard "C decoupled spectrum of ipsenol in CDCI, at 75.5 MHz. (b) DEPT subspectra: DEPT
135" CH and CH, up, CH, down. (c) DEPT 90* CH only.

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