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April 02, 2013


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Guangren Li

Dear sir,
I have carefully checked the proton NMR spectrum of 3-methylindole and found 2-H signal is quartet rather than doublet as Logic Puzzle #40:decribed.The quartet is resulted of the coupling between methyl proton and 2-H through 3-bonds.

best wishes

Guangren Li

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