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  1. #1 IR / NMR Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry Help 
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    Hello! I am having trouble with all of these questions. I have spent about 8 hours on them, and I have given up. If someone could just give me the answers, I would appreciate it a lot. Once I have the answers, it makes it easier for me to understand why the answer is so. Thank you so much for the help!

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    on question 5 is compound D right?
    seems to have one more carbon that all teh others
    for your first one
    i think the answer to question 5 is compound e)


    everything is mathematical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by organic god
    on question 5 is compound D right?
    seems to have one more carbon that all teh others
    for your first one
    i think the answer to question 5 is compound e)
    yes, it has one more carbon than the rest.
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    yeh D can be discounted as it doesnt fit the mass spec
    i think A ,B and C didnt produce the right amount of peaks for the NMR
    everything is mathematical.
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