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Structural isomers are compounds that have the same chemical formula but the atoms are bonded together differently giving different compounds. Consider the two structural isomers having the formula C2H6O. Draw the two isomers, and describe what should be seen in the NMR spectrum for each isomer (types of signals and relative overall intensities). (Hint: Both of the isomers are organic compounds. Lewis structures for organic compounds typically have all atoms in the compound with a formal charge of zero. This is the case in this problem.)


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