1H NMR: Spin-Splitting (N + 1) Rule Video Lessons

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Problem: Indicate the splitting patterns expected for all of the equivalent sets of hydrogens in the molecule below. Assume that you observe the maximum possible number of peaks in each resonance. Also, assume that the splitting is negligible beyond 3 bonds.

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Indicate the splitting patterns expected for all of the equivalent sets of hydrogens in the molecule below. Assume that you observe the maximum possible number of peaks in each resonance. Also, assume that the splitting is negligible beyond 3 bonds.

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