Find information on:1. DDT2. EDTA3. orotic acid4. сarboplatin2.Propose the approximate shift/splitting pattern/etc. for each type of hydrogen thatwould be seen in an 'H-NMR spectrumIdentify the # of each type of each carbon (i.e. how many peaks in the 13Cspectra)3.Identify infrared (IR) active bonds within each molecule4.

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1. DDT
2. EDTA
3. orotic acid
4. сarboplatin
2.
Propose the approximate shift/splitting pattern/etc. for each type of hydrogen that
would be seen in an 'H-NMR spectrum
Identify the # of each type of each carbon (i.e. how many peaks in the 13C
spectra)
3.
Identify infrared (IR) active bonds within each molecule
4.
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Find information on: 1. DDT 2. EDTA 3. orotic acid 4. сarboplatin 2. Propose the approximate shift/splitting pattern/etc. for each type of hydrogen that would be seen in an 'H-NMR spectrum Identify the # of each type of each carbon (i.e. how many peaks in the 13C spectra) 3. Identify infrared (IR) active bonds within each molecule 4.

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DDT:

Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane, commonly known as DDT, is a colorless, tasteless, and almost odorless crystalline chemical compound, an organochlorine. It was originally developed as an insecticide. It is highly hydrophobic and nearly insoluble in water but has good solubility in most organic solvents, fats and Oils.

IUPAC name: 1,1'-(2,2,2-Trichloroethane-1,1-diyl) bis(4-chlorobenzene).

Molecular formula: C14H9Cl5.

Molar mass: 354.49 g/mol.

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Structure of DDT:

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