For this problem, we need to determine the ^{1}H and ^{13}C signals for each molecule:

- Recall that for
^{1}H-NMR analysis**there are as many signals on each spectrum as there are unique, non-equivalent protons** - In this case, let's assume that
*Hs bound to the same C is equivalent* - Take note that
**symmetry**will reduce the total number of signals

How many signals would you expect each of the following molecules to have in its ^{1}H and ^{13}C spectra?

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