How many nonequivalent carbon atoms there are in asprin and mepridine?

asked by @madisonr11 • about 1 year ago • Organic Chemistry • 5 pts
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Hi there! It seems that both of the compounds don't have any form of symmetry in their structure so there is no equivalent C atoms there in 13C NMR analysis. We will just count the Cs in each molecule to find the nonequivalent carbons, 9 for aspirin and 15 for mepidrine. Check out 13C NMR here: https://www.clutchprep.com/organic-chemistry/13c-nmr-general-features/?c_id=15100

answered by @reyn • about 1 year ago