Organic Chemistry Please help!

1. How could you distinguish between cyclohexane and cyclohexene using IR only?

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  1. Run both and compare with library standards as they are well known materials.

    The spectra are very similar cyclohexene is characterised by a peak at just over 3000 wavenumbers and the large peak in cyclohexane at about 1450 wavenumbers is much smaller in cyclohexene.

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