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Isobutyl alcohol is a naturally occurring substance associated with fermentation of carbohydrates, fruits, animal wastes, microbes, and as a plant volatile. If released to air a vapor pressure of 10.4 mm Hg at 25 °C indicates isobutyl alcohol will exist solely as a vapor in the ambient atmosphere.
NMR Interpretation of Isobutanol: Return: About: H-1: C-13: Coupled: Gated: Inverse Gated: APT: DEPT 45: DEPT 90: DEPT 135: COSY: HETCOR
Isobutanol View entire compound with free spectra: 86 NMR, 18 FTIR, 3 Raman, 2 Near IR, and 24 MS 1 H Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Chemical Shifts View the Full Spectrum for FREE!
Problem #2 Isobutyl alcohol shows four distinct signals in the 'H NMR r each of these, predict the chemical shift and splitting dicate the relative intensities for each sume all J-values are the same, and that Pascal's triangle applies CH3 HO CH3.
Isobutanol NMR, A simple molecule Isobutanol NMR, A simple molecule 3D structure (pdb)
1H NMR Spectrum (HMDB0006006) Spectrum DB ID: HMDB0006006: Compound name: Isobutanol: Spectrum type: 1H NMR Spectrum: Spectrum View. Spectra Viewer ...
Sketch the 1 H NMR spectrum (including splittings) of 2-methylpropanol [isobutyl alcohol— (CH 3) 2 CHCH 2 OH], given the following chemical shift data: —CH 3: 0.89 ppm, —CH: 1.67 ppm, —CH 2: 3.27 ppm, and —OH: 4.50 ppm.
General obutyl alcohol is a water-soluble aliphatic alcohol that can be used as a flavoring has been identified as one of the aroma/flavor compounds produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae during the semi-aerobic fermentation of grapes to form wine.