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Why does C-13 n.m.r give simpler spectrum than H-1 n.m.r?

Is it because C-13 nmr does not undergo splitting while H-1 nmr does?
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Why does C-13 n.m.r give simpler spectrum than H-1 n.m.r?

Is it because C-13 nmr does not undergo splitting while H-1 nmr does?
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Why does C-13 n.m.r give simpler spectrum than H-1 n.m.r?

Is it because C-13 nmr does not undergo splitting while H-1 nmr does?
Yes but that is because the C-H coupling is artificially decoupled, not because they don;t couple
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