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Proton NMR for aromatic compounds

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    Hi, just wondering have I counted the proton environments right for this molecule? Name:  hahhaa.png
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Size:  25.7 KBI got 5 different hydrogen environments. Attachment 580940580942 For the peak with area of 5, I have no clue how you can get that from the molecule. The answer says the peak is produced from the protons in the benzene ring, but I really don't see how...

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    Hi, just wondering have I counted the proton environments right for this molecule? Name:  qqqq.png
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Size:  16.0 KB I got 4 different hydrogen environments. Attachment 580940580942 For the peak with area of 5, I have no clue how you can get that from the molecule. The answer says the peak is produced from the protons in the benzene ring, but I really don't see how...


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    Are you sure that was compound K?

    Anyways, the environments on the ring can overlap, being very close together.
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    (Original post by EricPiphany)
    Are you sure that was compound K?

    Anyways, the environments on the ring can overlap, being very close together.
    I made a mistake, I have just edited it. Thanks
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    I made a mistake, I have just edited it. Thanks
    So, as I said, you can reason from the integration (and the δ value) in this case, as the ring environments tend to be very close and overlap sometimes.
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    (Original post by EricPiphany)
    So, as I said, you can reason from the integration (and the δ value) in this case, as the ring environments tend to be very close and overlap sometimes.
    Oh okay but have I counted my hydrogen environments right for both molecules? Thx
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    Oh okay but have I counted my hydrogen environments right for both molecules? Thx
    Yes.
 
 
 
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