Dedicated to all moms
C=O group is dad
O atom is mom
Carbonyl is dad and oxygen mom hence c labelled methyl has higher chemical shift and gets a little more attention
NMR IS EASY
A chemical has Formula: C5H10O2
Rule 2, omit O, gives C5H10
5 – 10/2 + 1 = 1 degree of unsaturation.
Look for 1 pi bond or aliphatic ring.
The band at 1740 indicates a carbonyl, probably a saturated aliphatic ester. The bands at 3000-2850 indicate C-H alkane stretches. The bands in the region 1320-1000 could be due to C-O stretch, consistent with an ester.
Carbonyl is dad and oxygen mom, hence c has higher chemical shift and gets a little more attention in proton nmr
13 C NMR
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A CHLORO IS INTRODUCED
WHEN THERE IS ONE METHYL
WHEN THERE ONE CH2 SHORT
WHEN MOM HAS ONE MORE CH2
PROPYL PROPIONATE, try this on your own
WILL PASTE INTERPRETATION AFTER ONE WEEK……………….