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Problem: Each signal produced in an NMR spectra has 3 variables. Those variables are  ___ . A) Signal strength, signal splitting and signal height B) Signal strength, signal shift and signal height C) Signal shift, signal splitting and signal strength D) Signal shift, signal splitting and signal integration

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Each signal produced in an NMR spectra has 3 variables. Those variables are  ___ .

A) Signal strength, signal splitting and signal height

B) Signal strength, signal shift and signal height

C) Signal shift, signal splitting and signal strength

D) Signal shift, signal splitting and signal integration

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