When you're doing NMR are the heights of your signals based off of how many hydrogens there are, the number of spikes (singlet, doublet, triplet) or both

asked by @hyunwooy1 • about 1 year ago • Organic Chemistry • 5 pts
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If you do not have J values heights of the signals are based on Pascal's Triangle. For example for triplet you would have 1 -2 -1 ration If you do have J values you need to draw tree diagram It is brilliantly explained here: https://www.clutchprep.com/organic-chemistry/1h-nmr-spin-splitting/?cid=14733#content-item-5021 and here : https://www.clutchprep.com/organic-chemistry/1h-nmr-spin-splitting/?cid=14733#content-item-5022

answered by @nikaa18 • about 1 year ago