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Logic Puzzle #38: Count This

December 14, 2012
by Arvin Moser, Team Manager, Application Scientists, ACD/Labs

A key step in interpreting NMR data is in counting correctly the number of signals associated to the compound of interest. This puzzle covers one particular example.

For a pure unknown compound, the 13C NMR spectrum below shows several 13C signals at varying intensities. What is the minimum C atom count?

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