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    Infrared Spectrum of chloroform

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    The C-H stretching mode of chloroform (CHCl3) which occurs at 3022/cm, is one of the rare exceptions to the 3000/cm rule. What is the rule? Suggest an explanation for this exception.

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    The 3000 cm/cm rule is regarding the CH stretching frequencies of the organic compounds. Almost all organic compounds have CH in them so ...

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    The solution explains the one exception to the 3000/cm rules in reference to a stretching mode of chloroform.

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