ucumberlands.blackboard.comRemaining Time: 40 minutes, 25 seconds.Question Completion Status:A Moving to another question will save this response.Question 5In H-NMR spectrum, which chemical shift and multiplicity combination corresponds to the following compound?O1.26 quartet, 3.7 singlet, 4.0 triplet1.5 6 singlet, 1.0 doublet, 4.0 triplet1.26 triplet, 3.7 singlet, 4.0 quartet1.5 6 triplet, 3.7 triplet, 4.0 doublet3.0 6 triplet, 2.0 doublet, 3.0 doubletA Moving to another question will save this response.MacBook AirgoF3000IIF8F1F2F4F7F9

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In H-NMR spectrum, which chemical shift and multiplicity combination corresponds to the following compound?
O1.26 quartet, 3.7 singlet, 4.0 triplet
1.5 6 singlet, 1.0 doublet, 4.0 triplet
1.26 triplet, 3.7 singlet, 4.0 quartet
1.5 6 triplet, 3.7 triplet, 4.0 doublet
3.0 6 triplet, 2.0 doublet, 3.0 doublet
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ucumberlands.blackboard.com Remaining Time: 40 minutes, 25 seconds. Question Completion Status: A Moving to another question will save this response. Question 5 In H-NMR spectrum, which chemical shift and multiplicity combination corresponds to the following compound? O1.26 quartet, 3.7 singlet, 4.0 triplet 1.5 6 singlet, 1.0 doublet, 4.0 triplet 1.26 triplet, 3.7 singlet, 4.0 quartet 1.5 6 triplet, 3.7 triplet, 4.0 doublet 3.0 6 triplet, 2.0 doublet, 3.0 doublet A Moving to another question will save this response. MacBook Air go F3 000 II F8 F1 F2 F4 F7 F9

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(n+1) rule can be used to predict the splitting pattern of a compound in the NMR spectra.

So the splitting pattern of a hydrogen atom will be equal to number of non equivalent neighboring hydrogen + 1.

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The multiplicity of hydrogen in each carbon ...

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