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    There are 5 peaks in actual.But I dont understand how.I think there should be 6 as each carbon in the different environment.starting from RHS
    CH2OH = 1 peak
    CH2 = 1 peak (CH2 is attached to other CH2 but that is attached to CH2OH AND other CH2 is attached to ch2 WICH IS ATTACHED TO c=c
    CH2=1 PEAK(CH2 attached to C=C)
    CH=1 peak(Attached to CHCH3 and CH2
    CH=1 PEAK (Attached to ch3 AND ch
    CH3 =1 PEAK
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    There are 5 peaks in actual.But I dont understand how.I think there should be 6 as each carbon in the different environment.starting from RHS
    CH2OH = 1 peak
    CH2 = 1 peak (CH2 is attached to other CH2 but that is attached to CH2OH AND other CH2 is attached to ch2 WICH IS ATTACHED TO c=c
    CH2=1 PEAK(CH2 attached to C=C)
    CH=1 peak(Attached to CHCH3 and CH2
    CH=1 PEAK (Attached to ch3 AND ch
    CH3 =1 PEAK
    Yes, there should be six signals.
 
 
 
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