How many types of nonequivalent protons are present in each of the following molecules?

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How many types of nonequivalent protons are present in each of the following molecules?

Equivalent and Non-Equivalent Protons:

In proton NMR (Nuclear magnetic resonance) spectra, non-equivalent protons can be identified in a compound. The protons which are equivalent i.e. present in the same environment gives the same peaks. While non-equivalent protons given different peaks or signals in proton spectra.

Answer and Explanation:

The number of non-equivalent protons of the following compounds is as follows:

1.

There are 4 types of protons or 4 non-equivalent protons.

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