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The d 1.21.5 region of the 300-MHz NMR spectrum of 1-chlorohexane, given in Fig. 13.13

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Problem 13.23

The d 1.21.5 region of the 300-MHz NMR spectrum of 1-chlorohexane, given in Fig. 13.13, is complex and not first-order. Assuming you could synthesize the needed compounds, explain how to use deuterium substitution to determine the chemical shifts of the protons that absorb in this region of the spectrum. Explain what you would see and how you would interpret the result

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Notes by: Tehilla Immanuel Chemistry Notes (week 1-2) 1)Intermolecular Forces a. Dispersion: weakest, occurs in every bond b. Dipole-dipole: moderate strength: occurs only in POLAR bonds c. Hydrogen Bonding: strongest, bond between: H-O, H- N, H-F 2)IMF trends a. As imf increases, bp increases b. As imf increases vp decreases Notes by: Tehilla Immanuel c. As IMF increases, surface tension decreases (page 526 #47) 3)Vaporization and Vapor Pressure 4)Page 526 #53 Notes by: Tehilla Immanuel 5)Phase Change Diagram 6)clausius clapeyron equation a. Example. Page 526,

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