Predict the 1H NMR of compound A in CDCl3. Show clearly the relative intensity, chemical shift and splitting pattern of each peak. Indicate in the spectrum, using the appropriate number shown for the carbons, where the protons resonate. Note: add as reference peaks the TMS and residual CHCl3.
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