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How could you use 1H NMR to determine the structure for compound C that has a molecular formula...

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How could you use 1H NMR to determine the structure for compound C that has a molecular formula of C6H4Cl2? Please explain, thanks.

Splitting pattern in 1H NMR

NMR spectra gives us valuable insight about the structural arrangement of atoms in a molecule. The data that can be diagnostic in case of NMR may be:-

1. Chemical Shift

2. Number of signals

3. Splitting pattern

4. Coupling constant between nuclei. (Indicative of stereochemistry)

Answer and Explanation:

A molecule withy the formula {eq}C_6H_4Cl_2 {/eq} is dichlorobenzene. There are three possible isomers here:-

These three isomers can be...

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