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Nuclear Magnetic Reasonance Spectroscopy (NMR)

There are two types of NMR you need to know: Hydrogen 1 NMR and Carbon 13 NMR. Hydrogen 1 NMR is more complicated in a sense that there are splitting patterns of singlet, doublet, triplets and quartets. The n + 1 rule is used to work out the splitting pattern.

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