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What are the important diagnostic peaks in this IR spectra? Fingerprint region <1500cm^-1 is not necessary. Thank you.

 

99.9
2616.02
2139.29
95
1962.61
3406.13
2506.46
1899.05
3029.25
3060.98
2873.42
2936.65
2902.85
2979.10
603.8
90
14 7:01
1464 35
1392.7
1578.24
1495.88
838.80
80
879.7
1438.15
75-
718.75
1449.65
E1.34
864.47
1366.70
1326.31
70
Фр3.58
65
%T
60
257.19
268.37
118.94
1026.93i
1037.05
978.87
55
1636.76
1201.49
50
1309.96
20.59
45
694 1
712.24
40.
767.05 :
684.10
35
1707.60
31.0
4000.0
3000
2000
1500
1000
650.0
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Transcribed Image Text:99.9 2616.02 2139.29 95 1962.61 3406.13 2506.46 1899.05 3029.25 3060.98 2873.42 2936.65 2902.85 2979.10 603.8 90 14 7:01 1464 35 1392.7 1578.24 1495.88 838.80 80 879.7 1438.15 75- 718.75 1449.65 E1.34 864.47 1366.70 1326.31 70 Фр3.58 65 %T 60 257.19 268.37 118.94 1026.93i 1037.05 978.87 55 1636.76 1201.49 50 1309.96 20.59 45 694 1 712.24 40. 767.05 : 684.10 35 1707.60 31.0 4000.0 3000 2000 1500 1000 650.0 cm-1 85
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