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Hi,

Please can I have some help with this question.

Is my answer right?
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Is the number of protons meaning the relative intensity and so the ratio of hydrogen atoms?
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It is an aldehyde, but your structure would not be two H-NMR peaks, it would have five.

The integration of 9 tells you that there are lots of H atoms all in the same environment.
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