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For the substance below, how many ^{13}C signals you should be able to identify?

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For the substance below, how many {eq}^{13}C {/eq} signals you should be able to identify?

Carbon-13 NMR

Carbon-13 NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) spectroscopy is a technique to identify equivalent and non-equivalent carbons in a compound.

In carbon-13 NMR spectrum different types of carbon give the different value of chemical shift.

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The given compound has eight carbon-13 NMR signals in the C-13 spectrum.

The given compound is:

In the structure carbon signals are labelled as...

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