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Interpreting the infrared spectrum of propylbenzene (1-phenylpropane)

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C9H12 infrared spectrum of propylbenzene wavenumbers cm-1 functional group detection fingerprint pattern identification of 1-phenylpropane doc brown's advanced organic chemistry revision notes 

Spectra obtained from a liquid film of propylbenzene. The right-hand part of the of the infrared spectrum of propylbenzene, wavenumbers ~1500 to 400 cm-1 is considered the fingerprint region for the identification of propylbenzene and most organic compounds. It is due to a unique set of complex overlapping vibrations of the atoms of the molecule of propylbenzene.

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Interpretation of the infrared spectrum of propylbenzene

The most prominent infrared absorption lines of propylbenzene

Strong absorption at wavenumbers 3080 to 3030 cm-1 due to =C-H aryl C-H stretching vibrations.

Strong C-H stretching vibrations from the alkyl groups (CH2 and CH3) at wavenumbers 2975 to 2845 cm-1.

C=C benzene ring vibrations with peaks close to wavenumbers 1600 and 1500 cm-1.

C-H side-chain alkyl vibrations are observed at wavenumbers 1470 to 1370 cm-1.

Other aryl C-H vibration absorptions occur at wavenumbers 770 to 690 cm-1 characteristic of a monosubstituted benzene ring.

The absence of other specific functional group bands will show that particular functional group is absent from the propylbenzene molecular structure.


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