Chemistry
posted by Andy .
can someone explain how to find
1.Chemical shift (ppm)
2.Multiplicity (splitting)
3.intergration (# of h's)
for C2H6O

I can't help with this but I need to point out that you probably are asking about NMR (or some other test). You need to be specific with your question.
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