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Problem: How many peaks (signals) would you expect in the broadband- decoupled  13C NMR spectrum of each of the following compounds? Example: You should see 4 peaks (singles) in 2-butanone, CH 3COCH2CH3.  

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How many peaks (signals) would you expect in the broadband- decoupled  13C NMR spectrum of each of the following compounds?

Example: You should see 4 peaks (singles) in 2-butanone, CH 3COCH2CH3.

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