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Problem: The chemical shifts in the 13C NMR spectrum for this compound are δ 15.8, 40.1, 51.8, and 170.2. Which is the correct set of chemical shifts for the carbon atoms?

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The chemical shifts in the 13C NMR spectrum for this compound are δ 15.8, 40.1, 51.8, and 170.2. Which is the correct set of chemical shifts for the carbon atoms?

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