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An aldehyde hydrogen is typically further downfield than a carboxylic acid hydrogen.
Proton NMR spectroscopy uses microwave radiation to flip nuclear spins.
Tetramethylsilane (TMS) is a commonly used reference in NMR spectroscopy.
A deshielded proton will resonate at a lower ppm value.
The ethyl group appears as a quartet integrating to two hydrogen atoms and a triplet integrating to three hydrogen atoms.
A terminal alkyne hydrogen is found upfield relative to an alkene hydrogen.
A proton NMR of acetone will have two singlets.
A proton NMR of 2-bromopropane will have two shifts, a downfield quartet integrating to one hydrogen atom and an upfield doublet integrating to six hydrogen atoms.

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