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Exercises in Proton NMR


Exercises in Proton NMR

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Exercises in predicting how many signals will appear in the proton NMR spectrum of a compound, and in matching compounds to spectra are given with detailed and pictorial feedback. Mirror planes of symmetry, local symmetry, chemical shifts, and simple splitting patterns are explained in detail. Resolution among signals and/or the lack thereof is explained for two of the spectra.   
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Date Added to MERLOT: April 26, 2010
Date Modified in MERLOT: September 06, 2011
Keywords: NMR spectroscopy, NMR signals, splitting patterns, simple splitting patterns, NMR, chemical shift, Proton NMR, nuclear magnetic resonance, spectroscopy, chemically equivalent hydrogens


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Avatar for Albert Russell
5 years ago

Albert Russell (Faculty)

Nice practice material.  Students will see the difference in equivalence and non-equivalence among protons.  I love this exercise.