Sorry if this is stupid but is a -CH3 and a -CH2, are they chemically different environments that can be distinguished in HNMR?
Is CH3 different from CH2 on a proton NMR? watch
- Thread Starter
- 17-02-2016 01:40
- 17-02-2016 04:35
- 17-02-2016 20:05
Yes. Hydrogens attached to a primary carbon normally have a lower chemical shift.
- 18-02-2016 09:49
Google 'OCR A level chemistry specimen data sheet' which the old one from 2008. It has the chemical shifts for R-CH3, R-CH2-R and R3CH separately.