How to determine chemical environments for NMR spec A level Chemistry Watch

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I am finding it hard to determine how man peaks molecules have for both carbon and proton NMR. Any guidance?
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Hello,


I am finding it hard to determine how man peaks molecules have for both carbon and proton NMR. Any guidance?
Any non-equivalent (different environment) proton produces a unique signal.
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in the c13 NMR, we only see peaks for unique carbon atom environments. But in H1 NMR you see splitting pattern and neighbouring Protons too. share a question so that we may help with it...
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