a. There are only four lines in the aromatic region of the fully 1H decoupled 13C NMR spectrum of propyl p-tolyl ether (110-160 ppm), yet there six aromatic carbon atoms. Explain.
b. Which is a stronger base, aniline or cyclohexylamine? Explain.
c. Write an equation for the reaction of pthalimide with potassium amide (a strong base) in N,N-dimethylformide (DMF) solvent. Name the product.
To answer your first question, you have to know a bit about equivalent carbon atom. The NMR spectrum should only have 4 signals in the aromatic area, since there are only 4 distinct carbon atoms. (see attachment ...
The solution talks through each section of the given problems about spectrography and strong and weak bases and acids like cyclohexylamine and pthalimide respectively.