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C2H6O

I tried to duplicate the spectrum for this compound. I'm guessing its ethanol but I don't know how to answer the following questions for each peak 1,2,3....1.Chemical shift(ppm) 2.Multiplicity(splitting) 3.Integration(# of h's)

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    the spectrum didn't turn out but
    peak one 2 hydrogen approx 4.10 ppm
    peak two 1 hydrogen approx 2.00 ppm
    peak three 3 hydrogen approx 1.10 ppm

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