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How can you use 1H NMR spectroscopy to distinguish between CH2 = C(Br)CO2CH3 and methyl (E)-3-bromopropenoate, BrCH = CHCO2CH3?

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The structures of the given organic compounds, CH2 = C(Br)CO2CH3 and methyl (E)-3-bromopro...

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