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Format conversion & validation:
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From NMR-STAR 3.1
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H-NMR Example Matching The Molecule To The Graph

Download My ebook: "10 Secrets To Acing Organic Chemistry" forms.aweber.com leah4sci.com presents: How to match a molecule to an NMR graph by predicting what the graph will look like based on hydrogen type analysis followed by comparing to the given spectroscopy graph For information on 1-1 online tutoring visit my website here: leah4sci.com See additional videos on my website here: leah4sci.com
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