Problem: There are four constitutional isomers of dichloropropane. The NMRs of 3 of these are shown below. Match each isomer with its NMR and provide an interpretation of each spectrum. (i.e. draw the structure on the NMR and  label protons , with their splitting.)

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There are four constitutional isomers of dichloropropane. The NMRs of 3 of these are shown below. Match each isomer with its NMR and provide an interpretation of each spectrum. (i.e. draw the structure on the NMR and  label protons , with their splitting.)

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