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I am having some difficulties to identify compounds using their HNMR spectra. Can someone help me please.
Thank you.

This is tricky if you would like us to refer to spectra as this is a text only site. If you want help interpreting a particular spectrum you will need to convert it to a text description.

Do you want suggestions on texts or web sites to look at?

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