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Does Carbon NMR spectroscopy have high and low resolution?
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1H NMR at low resolution does not reveal the splitting pattern (which gives us a lot of information). However, you don't get any splitting with 13C NMR so the distinction between high resolution/low resolution for 13 C isn't very meaningful.

Main thing with 13C - no splitting of peaks

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1H NMR at low resolution does not reveal the splitting pattern (which gives us a lot of information). However, you don't get any splitting with 13C NMR so the distinction between high resolution/low resolution for 13 C isn't very meaningful.

Main thing with 13C - no splitting of peaks

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