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English: 1H-NMR spectrum of Ethanol, calculated on base of the numbers present at on November 14th, 2009. The graph is calculated in Excel
Nederlands: 1H-NMR van Ethanol, berekend op basis van de gegevens in op 20091114. De grafiek is berekend in Excel
Date 14 November 2009
Source Own work
Author T.vanschaik


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