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###### Consider = molecule containing lhe non-equivalent prolons: Ha & HB & 3c. Provide 1 splitling UCC(on graph PJpET) undthen draw the multiplet for prolon Ie in lhe spice below . Label the Lype ol _multiplet for Ha (doublet o[ doublets etc nEM Ip LPPm Coupiing Lonsiant 'Jer 4L LUHE

Consider = molecule containing lhe non-equivalent prolons: Ha & HB & 3c. Provide 1 splitling UCC(on graph PJpET) undthen draw the multiplet for prolon Ie in lhe spice below . Label the Lype ol _multiplet for Ha (doublet o[ doublets etc nEM Ip LPPm Coupiing Lonsiant 'Jer 4L LUHE  #### Similar Solved Questions

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