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# Problem: The following questions pertain to the charting of NMR spectra. MATCH a term to each description below. Place the letter of the term in the blank to the right of the description. a. TMSb. high-field or upfield sidec. MHzd. delta δe. low-field or downfield sidef. chemical shiftg. specific absorption i. When looking at an NMR chart the right-hand part of the chart is the ____.ii. The exact place on the chart at which a nucleus absorbs is called its ____.iii. The calibration standard for 1H and 13C NMR is:iv. The NMR charts are calibrated using an arbitrary scale that is divided into ____ units.

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The following questions pertain to the charting of NMR spectra. MATCH a term to each description below. Place the letter of the term in the blank to the right of the description.

a. TMS

b. high-field or upfield side

c. MHz

d. delta δ

e. low-field or downfield side

f. chemical shift

g. specific absorption

i. When looking at an NMR chart the right-hand part of the chart is the ____.

ii. The exact place on the chart at which a nucleus absorbs is called its ____.

iii. The calibration standard for 1H and 13C NMR is:

iv. The NMR charts are calibrated using an arbitrary scale that is divided into ____ units.

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