“Examination of the 1H-NMR Spectrum of CI 0 : What Are The Expected Signals?”
To determine how many signals are expected, the 1H Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectrum (NMR), CI 0 is used. NMR spectroscopy is a powerful analytical technique that has become an essential tool in organic chemistry (Gagné, 2019). It provides information about the structure of a molecule, such as the number of different types of hydrogen atoms present and the type of bonds connecting each atom (Das & Bhattacharyya, 2020). The 1H NMR spectrum of CI 0 contains one carbon atom as well one oxygen atom. Consequently, there are expected to be two signals. Since oxygen typically has one hydrogen atom attached, the first signal will be a triplet of the hydrogen atom and the oxygen atom. This signal is expected to have a chemical shift of about 5.3 ppm (Gagné, 2019). The second signal is expected to be a singlet from the hydrogen atom on the carbon atom, which is expected to have a chemical shift of about 0.7 ppm (Gagné, 2019). Cont…..