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At what point would you expect to find the CH_{2} signal on an IR graph? 

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It's not a point but a range. CH_{2} signals are typically greater than 1400 but they normally don't go far from 1400 (maybe up to 1500 at most). Distinguishing between CH_{2} and CH_{3} can be very tricky 


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At what point could you expect to find the signal for CH_{3} on an IR graph? 

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It's not a point but a range. CH_{3} will typically be less than 1400 but they won't go too far, maybe down to 1300 at the most. Distinguishing between these and CH_{2} signals can be tricky depending on relative shift of the machine that you use 


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At what point could you expect to find the signal for an isopropyl group? 

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It wouldn't be a point, it would be a range instead. The signal would typically be given somewhere below 1400 but typically not below 1300. DON'T confuse this signal with CH_{3}! 


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At what point would the signal for NH be found on an IR graph? 

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At what point would the signal for CH be found on an IR graph? 

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At what point would the signal for =CH be found on an IR graph? 

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At what point would the signal for (triple bond)CH be found on an IR graph? 

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At what point would the signal for OH be found on an IR graph and what else is important to note? 

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The signal will typically be found around 3400 but the dip that this bond forms in the graph is extremely obvious; it is very broad (sometimes spanding as much as 700800 in length) and typically doesn't have many sharp peaks 


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At what point would the signal for C(triple bond)C be found on an IR graph? 

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At what point would the signal for C(triple bond)N be found on an IR graph? 

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At what point would the signal for C=C be found on an IR graph? 

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At what point would the signal for C(resonance single to double)C bond be found on an IR chart? 

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It would actually give off 2 points, about 1500 and 1600 


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At what point would the signal for C=O be found on an IR graph? 

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1700 (this peak will be very distinct and sharp!) 


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Where would you find the signal for C=O in C13 NMR? 

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It would be between 150 and 200 


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Where would you typically find the signals for benzene and C=C in C13 NMR? 

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These signals would be between 100 and 150 


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Where will the signal for C(triple bond)C show up on C13 NMR? 

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It will show up between 50 and 100 


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Where would you expect to find the signal from an sp^{3} hybridized carbon in C13 NMR? 

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It will be found anywhere from 0 to 50 


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In what range would you expect to find C=O then those same carbons bound to either a hydroxy group or a hydroxyl group on an HNMR graph? 

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In what range would you expect to find hydrogens bonded to a benzyl group on an HNMR graph? 

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In what range would you expect to find vinylic hydrogens on an HNMR graph? 

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In what range would you expect to find halogenic hydrogens (hydrogens attached to the same carbon as a halide) in an HNMR graph? 

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Where would you expect to find allylic hydrogens (hydrogens that are 2 carbons away from a double bond) on an HNMR graph? 

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In what range would you expect to find saturated hydrogens in an HNMR graph? 

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