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    Using NMR and IR to Identify an Unknown Compound

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    An NMR and IR spectrum of an unknown compound were provided. The compound is a light yellowish powder-like substance with a melting range of 110-112 degrees celcius. When the ferric chloride test was performed, the solution turned red. The Bayer test was positive as well.

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    This response analysis a Bayer test. The expert uses NMR and IR to identify an unknown compound.

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