It has a peak at 1700 cm-1meaning it must contain a carbonyl or more specifically, a ketone.
There is also a short cluster of peaks around 2900 cm-1, which correspond to the sp3 C-H bonds.There are no peaks at around 3100 cm-1 so it could not have sp2 C-H bonds which indirectly says that it does not have double bonded carbons.
Which compound matches the IR spectrum best? A, B, C, D, E or F? Please give an explanation.
Q.Which molecule is most likely represented by the IR spectrum shown here (attached)?A. 1-hexeneB. 2,3-dimethyl-2-buteneC. hexane
Q.Propose a structure for a compound with the following IR spectrum and molecular formula C5H12O, and briefly explain your choice.
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